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QUACK QUACK! Duck Derby is back!

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ORGANIZATION: Riverview Center

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Riverview Center is bringing back one of our oldest traditions, Duck Derby, after a 3-year hiatus! It's going to be a A quack-tacular day of family fun for everyone!

You as a volunteer can help make this event a success by selling ducks! Of course we don't mean real ducks, but instead raffle tickets that correspond to each rubber duck dropped in the Galena River during the race. The winning raffle number will receive a cash prize of $1,000. All proceeds from this event go right back to providing 100% free services to survivors of sexual or domestic violence.

From now until October 9th you can sell and buy raffle tickets! Visit our website at to purchase today.
If you or your group is interested in selling raffle tickets please contact Jordan at or at 815-402-3568.

This event is part of the Galena Country Fair. Galena Country Fair is annually held each October in Galena, Illinois. It began as a few booths in Grant Park on a crisp fall weekend. More than forty years later, the fair boasts more than 100 vendors, a country bake shop, festival food booths, family activities, and live entertainment.

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About Riverview Center


11358 Industrial Park Drive Suite #2, Galena, IL 61036, US

Mission Statement

Riverview Center is a nonprofit agency committed to providing compassionate, client-centered care for individuals affected by sexual assault in Iowa, and for individuals affected by sexual and domestic violence in Illinois.


Our services are always free for survivors and their families. Our organization is supported by generous donations, grants and volunteer service. We provide the following services to survivors: legal, medical, and general advocacy, and therapy and counseling. We also provide the following services for the community: professional training, and prevention services.


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