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Hospice Regatta Fort Lauderdale

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Date(s) - May 20, 2017
11:00 am - 08:30 pm

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Celebrate our 20th Regatta on the 20th!

On Saturday, May 20th, sailboats from throughout South Florida will gather off the shores of Fort Lauderdale Beach to compete in the 2017 Hospice Regatta!  For years, this highly competitive sailing event has raised funds to support hospice care for patients and families coping with a life-limiting illness.

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Your weekend on the water begins with our Skipper’s Meeting on Friday, May 19, at the Coral Ridge Yacht Club.  Guests can enjoy dinner, drinks, and raffles starting at 6:30 pm.

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On Saturday, May 20, racing begins with the first race signal at 11 am.   Following a day of racing, skippers, crew members, friends, family, guests, and supporters of the Hospice Regatta will gather for the Post-race Awards Dinner at Coral Ridge Yacht Club.  Attendees will enjoy dinner, live entertainment, silent auction, and dancing under the stars.  Bring the neighbors, bring the kids – this event is open to all!

There is even a way to support your favorite your favorite skipper and crew by participating in our Fundraising Challenge.  The coveted Diana Stephenson Fundraising Challenge Trophy will be awarded to the team/skipper that raises the most funds during the Post-Race Awards Ceremony and Celebration.

Yes, I want to support my favorite team in the Fundraising Challenge! 

 All proceeds will benefit Hospice by the Sea and Hospice of Palm Beach County’s programs and services for patients and families in Palm Beach and Broward counties.

For ticket information, please call 561-494-6884.

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