Presented by The Law Offices of Villafranco and Garcia, PLLC
When: September 1, 2018 | 12pm-6pm
Where: Causeway Cove Marina:
601 Seaway Dr,
Fort Pierce, FL 34949
Boat Entry Application
You are invited to join Boys & Girls Clubs in making a difference for kids in your community at Day for Kids -a national initiative.
This year for the first time, we are celebrating Day for Kids with a new and exciting twist -¬ Fishing for Futures, an off-shore and in-shore fishing Tournament!
Our Day for Kids Celebration—Featuring FREE parking and FREE admission to all families and kids will include:
- Fishing for Futures offshore/inshore fishing tournament with $12,000 in prizes * Tournament Prizes based on boater participation. If fewer than 50 boats are entered into the tournament, the prize money will be reduced*
- An Old fashioned Florida fish fry and shrimp boil
- Live Music and DJ
- Novelty Vendors
- FREE Kids Zone including games, contests, & bounce houses
- A kids kickball tournament
- AND MORE
Be a part of the FUN
2018 Sponsorship’s Available
- Complete the sponsorship form.
- Email your business logo to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Pay by calling 772-460-9918 x 103 to pay with credit card or mail to:
Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County
3104 Avenue J
Fort Pierce, FL 349477
Our Past Celebration was a huge success
The Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County celebrated a Day for Kids on Saturday, September 16 at Charles Ray Park in Port St. Lucie. Over 400 people participated in the free event – to make a difference in a kids life.
Bounce houses, Olympic-style games, music, face-painting, arts & crafts, giveaways, free food and more were included in the day’s activities; sponsored by Casino Miami Jai Alai, Children’s Services Council, Wawa and Fort Pierce Utilities.
The BGC has promoted Day for Kids as a national initiative for more than a decade. It was created to celebrate the life-changing work taking place at Boys & Girls Clubs throughout the country. This year St. Lucie Dance Theatre, FL Dept. of Health, 211, Camelot Community Care, City of PSL Neighborhood Services Dept., Oxbow Eco Center, Local Children’s Book Authors – Lois McGuire, Chad Miller and Lisa Sosbe, and Good Fellow Pest Management assisted in the local event.
*A registered angler may protest any other registered angler’s catch by filing a written protest to the tournament committee within 30 minutes of the end of the weigh-in period. The judges committee will settle any protest and their decision will be final.
Failure to comply with any rule or regulation of the tournament, or law, rule or regulation of Maryland State Fishing guide, may cause the disqualification of an angler or the anglers catch. If a registered angler is so disqualified, their boat will not be entitled to any prize, award or refund.