Join Lite Rock at the Great Brevard Duck Race 2019


The ducks are coming to Cocoa for Crosswinds Youth Services 21st Annual Great Brevard Duck Race. Meet Mindy on March 30th at 3:30pm at a NEW LOCATION - Lee Wenner Park in downtown Cocoa Village.

For just $5 you can help us reach our goal of 12,000 adopted ducks. Every duck adopted provides hope to children in crisis and young adults in crisis. Your support helps provide shelter, food, emergency services, counseling and hope for children in crisis. One lucky duck adopter will win the Grand Prize, a 2019 Honda Fit, free 2 year lease, courtesy of Space Coast Honda. a four-night Disney Cruise Line vacation for 2 guests aboard the Disney Dream, courtesy of Disney Cruise Line; a Stressless Leather Chair and Ottoman by Ekornes plus a $500 gift card, courtesy of Indian River Furniture; a large Big Green Egg Grill, nest, and accessories, courtesy of Wassi’s Learning Center. Additional prizes include a new prize, a Tahitian Pearl set in sterling silver which includes a necklace and matching earrings, courtesy of Bobbi’s at Parkside; four (4) two-park one-day tickets to Universal Studios Florida and Islands of Adventure, courtesy of Universal Orlando Resort; a two-night stay for two at the Hilton on Cocoa Beach; and a full-day of fishing for four or an evening of shark fishing from Obsession Charters Deep Sea Fishing from Port Canaveral. All prizes have been generously donated. Participants do not have to be present to win. Ducks can be adopted throughout the community at various bank locations or online at

The duck race is supported and underwritten by numerous generous sponsors. The Top Duck sponsors include WFTV 9 Family Connection, Lite Rock 99.3, Publix Supermarkets Charities,  Elusen Inc., Victory Casino Cruises, and Shell. For nearly 45 years, Crosswinds has been a safety net for young people and families in Brevard County, Florida, who have nowhere else to turn.   For more information about Crosswinds Youth Services, call (321) 452-0800 or visit


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