No Child Advocacy Center Duck Race, Instead a Prize Patrol!

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"Everyone keeps asking, 'When is the Duck Race?' We are not racing ducks this year. The ducks have retired! The Child Advocacy Center is giving away prizes without our feathered friends," announced CAC Prize Patrol Co-Chairperson Dara Payne. "Our exciting new event is the CAC Prize Patrol."

The Child Advocacy Center is excited to present the CAC Prize Patrol in partnership with the Rutherford Parent Magazine Spring Kidz Fest. On Saturday, May 21, 2016, the Rutherford Parent Spring Kidz Fest will be held at the Belk parking lot of the Avenue from 10 AM--2 PM and will include children's activities, games, vendor booths, food vendors, inflatables, live stage performances, balloon art, free face painting, and more!

"We are thrilled to partner with Rutherford Parent Magazine for an amazing children's event that the entire family will enjoy," said Child Advocacy Center director Sharon De Boer. "The Child Advocacy Center will be selling chances for you to win amazing prizes. Watch this media source for information on the 20 fabulous prizes valued at over $11,000. !"


In the last 16 years, the Child Protective Investigative Team, consisting of the Child Advocacy Center, the Department of Children's Services, law enforcement, and the District Attorney's Office have worked together to investigate and prosecute 12,235 child abuse cases and assisted over 17,311 individuals. Department of Children's Services has protected children, law enforcement has arrested perpetrators, the District Attorney's Office has prosecuted offenders, while the Child Advocacy Center has helped children and families heal from the trauma.

For more information on how to purchase a chance to win fabulous prizes contact the Child Advocacy Center. In Rutherford County, contact Jessica Wauchek at 615-867-9000 or In Cannon County, contact Amanda Pruitt at 615-563-9915 or For information on the Spring Kidz Fest contact Rutherford Parent Magazine at 615-256-2158 or visit their website at


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