A boatload of fun to be had at the Soggy Bottom Cardboard Box Regatta

Annika Rhoades
Updated February 6 2024 - 5:04pm, first published 3:16pm
Mayor Matthew Garwood tries out a Soggy Bottom Boat at the First Basin pool, with George Manifold Event Chair and Kristine Lord of Diabetes Australia, watched by, Fletcher Smith 7, Paul Beams, Thea Smith 5, Jan Beams, Liz Bulman, Judy Kingston, Ian Smith and Leigh Dyson.
Rotary Club of Youngtown: Soggy Bottom Regatta.
Picture by Paul Scambler
Mayor Matthew Garwood tries out a Soggy Bottom Boat at the First Basin pool, with George Manifold Event Chair and Kristine Lord of Diabetes Australia, watched by, Fletcher Smith 7, Paul Beams, Thea Smith 5, Jan Beams, Liz Bulman, Judy Kingston, Ian Smith and Leigh Dyson. Rotary Club of Youngtown: Soggy Bottom Regatta. Picture by Paul Scambler

The Soggy Bottom Cardboard Box Boat Regatta and Family Fun Day is returning for another year, and is a great way for locals to have fun while giving back to the community.

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Annika Rhoades

Annika Rhoades

Journalist

Journalist at The Examiner, interested in social and environmental issues. Got a story? Contact me at annika.rhoades@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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