Adoptions continue for Advocates' Duck Derby
by Marie Nesmith
May 06, 2012 | 2007 views | 0 0 comments | 26 26 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Patty Eagar, Advocates executive director, from left, Jessica Chambers and Tina Jennings work at Duck Central as preparations are under way for Saturday’s annual Duck Derby festival and race.
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Patty Eagar, Advocates executive director, from left, Jessica Chambers and Tina Jennings work at Duck Central as preparations are under way for Saturday’s annual Duck Derby festival and race. SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News
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In his first year on the Duck Derby Committee, Jud McGivaren is excited to help make the Advocates for Children's largest annual fundraiser the most successful yet. During the benefit on Saturday, he will put his multitasking skills to the test as he manages all of the volunteers assisting with parking and trash collection.

"I [have] never been involved with anything as far as giving my time," said McGivaren, who resides in White. "I've donated money and that sometimes seems hard to do but it's really easy to write a check if you think about it. I've been looking for something to do, hands on, where I'm actually giving my time.

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