The Northbrook Canoe Challenge Is Back!

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WEST CHESTER, PA — Paddle down the scenic Brandywine River in Chester County for a great cause! The canoe challenge, scheduled for Sunday, May 15, 2022,  is 9.5 miles long and takes about 2 hours to complete. Register below, by mail, or in person! But hurry, because this year organizers are limiting the number of canoes to 100. Registration and Parking is available at Northbrook Canoe Company, 1810 Beagle Road, West Chester, PA.

The day starts with a check-in from 8:00 to 10:00 am at Northbrook Canoe Company to pick up your athlete number-bibs, paddles, life jackets and the coveted Challenge T-shirts! While you are waiting, don’t forget to catch the mini rubber duck race for a chance to win some great prizes. Then, from 10:30 to 11:30 catch one of the shuttles to the start of the race. The race starts at Noon and ends at Northbrook. The event is open to all skill levels. Families are being encouraged to participate, in that it is a challenge more than a race. Organizers say they will capture your canoe time and medals are awarded for various classes of age and participation.

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Download entry forms at www.ccdisability.org/…/registration2022-Canoe-Challenge.pdf, and for more information contact organizers at 610-524-5850 or email [email protected]. If organizers still have canoes available the final deadline for registration is Saturday, May 14th in person at Northbrook Canoe. Special thanks to everyone who keeps us safe including Northbrook Staff, the Chester County Dive Team, the Chester County ARES/RACES RADIO GROUP and Goodfellowship EMS. The race could not be held without these sponsors!

The Northbrook Canoe Challenge Registration Is Now Open – Sign up soon before it is too late!

Organizers are limiting the number of canoes to 100 this year.

You can mail in a check with the registration form or pay below through PayPal.  If you pay online, the signed registration can be emailed to [email protected]. Don’t forget to buy a “duck” chance for some great prizes.

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This event benefits the Cerebral Palsy Association, a non-profit agency located in Chester County, Pennsylvania. They service residents in Chester County and its surrounding areas who have disabilities. They are also known as Chester County Disability Services because they focus not only on people with cerebral palsy but a variety of physical disabilities such as spinal cord injuries, and MS.

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