2016 NEW DUNDEE SOAP BOX DERBY

Sponsored by the Optimist Club Of New Dundee


DERBY DAY INFORMATION SHEET
WHERE: Drivers and cars meet at St. James Lutheran Church parking lot -1177 Queen Street, New Dundee. Race Route: Main Street from Saltberry Path to Mill Street
WHEN: Monday September 5th [Labour Day] at 2:00 P.M. for registration.
DRIVERS: Drivers must be 8 years of age on race day and wear a CSA approved safety helmet (Bike/Motorcycle/Snowmobile) when racing.
CLASSES: To be determined on race day.
CARS: For fair racing and safety, all cars must meet specifications, and will be inspected by a licensed mechanic prior to racing.
RACE ENTRY FORM, LETTER OF WAIVER AND FEE(s): Must be completed and returned by August 29th 2016. One Form required for each race driver. $40.00 Entry Fee per cart to cover wheel costs.
PRIZES: Trophies, Ribbons etc. including Prizes for 'Most Creative Car' 'Fastest Time' and 'Best in Show'
QUESTIONS: Email info@newdundeeoptimists.ca or see our link on Facebook.

Files:


Cart Specs Race Rules Disclaimer & Waiver of Liability


Do you know a young person in our community who is deserving of special recognition?

The annual Youth Appreciation Awards bring recognition to youth that have demonstrated exemplary behaviour, made positive contributions, and as a result could be considered role models for others.

Click here to nominate a deserving youth for recognition at the annual Optimist Club of New Dundee Youth Appreciation Dinner!


These deserving young people will be honoured at the annual Youth Appreciation Awards Dinner, Tuesday February 23, 2016, 6:00pm at the New Dundee Community Centre. Members of the community are welcome to attend. Contact Mark Cameron at info@newdundeeoptimists.ca or call 519-696-3344 for more information.



What do New Dundee Optimists Do?

Plus Financial Support for:
Ayr Cadets, Canadian Optimists Childhood Cancer Campaign, Children’s Safety Village, Christmas Hampers, Girl Guides, Grand River Hospital Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Centre, H.O.B.Y. Foundation, Interfaith Counselling Centre, K-W Habilitation, Matmen Wrestling Club, New Dundee Parks and Beautification Committees, New Dundee Public School Events and Reading Programs, Plattsville Minor Hockey and Figure Skating, New Dundee Baptist Church Missions Trip, Sir Adam Beck PS Music Program, St. James Lutheran Church Youth Trips, Waterloo Region 4H Club, Wilmot Aquatic ACES, Wilmot Fall Fair Ambassador Competition, Wilmot Family Resource Centre, Wilmot Minor Soccer, Waterloo-Oxford DSS Senior Citizens’ Yuletide Feast, and more!

New members are always welcome!