Sault Search and Rescue will be holding kayak and stand-up paddle board races starting at 9am tomorrow morning, Saturday July 23rd. All races will start and finish at the Bushplane Museum in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.
A variety of distances including Adult races of 5 or 20 km.
Fast kayaks (most sea kayaks) and recreational/slow kayaks (plastic and less than 15 feet long), a 2.5 km kids race for those 14 or under and a 2.5 km stand-up paddle board race.
All types of kayaks and stand-up paddle boards are welcome; for more details on the distances and divisions available and how to sign-up please go to www.saultsar.com see us on Facebook or go directly to the Zone4 event registration site at www.new.zone4.ca/
DID YOU KNOW?
Established in 1958, Sault Search and Rescue is a registered charity. The heart and soul of the organization has always been the dedicated and all volunteer workforce consisting of skilled searchers, pilots, divers, boat operators, rope technicians, search coordinators, mechanics, cooks, communication specialists,instructors, and essential support personnel who freely contribute their time and skills to help others.
During a typical year, Sault Search and Rescue logs over 4000 volunteer hours and responds to land, marine and air search & rescues, participates in numerous community service events and conducts many training activities.
Sault SAR share’s it’s skills and experience through affiliations with OSARVA (Ontario Search And Rescue Volunteer Association), CCGA (Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary),CASARA (Canadian Air Search And Rescue Association) and Project LifeSaver.
For more information about Sault Search and Rescue go to: www.saultsar.com