Plywood Cup Challenge
to aid local cerebral
palsy programs

United Cerebral Palsy Association of Hawaii and the Transpac Yacht Club have offered a challenge for racing enthusiasts to benefit local cerebral palsy programs.

Teams of up to 10 members will have two hours to design, build and race a boat in the Plywood Cup Challenge July 29 at Ala Moana Beach Park. They will have one hour for race planning and tactics before a race on a triangular course.

The race has been held for 14 years, and design technology has improved each year, the association said.

People can participate by sponsoring a team or forming their own crew. Space is limited to 20 teams, and all entry fees are tax-deductible.

Entry forms and race instructions are available in PDF (Adobe Acrobat) format at www.transpacificyc.org.

For more information, call 532-6747 or e-mail ucpa@diverseabilities.org.

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