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Kayaking for Kids in Support of The Dream Street Foundation

Dream Street


In Support of Dream Street Foundation

August 13, 2011

Seven-Hour Seafarers Paddle from Catalina Island
to Long Beach

The fourth consecutive year, forty-year old Sean Clancy will set paddle in the sea and kayak from Catalina Island to Long Beach raising funds and awareness for Dream Street Foundation. Accompanying Clancy for the second straight year is fellow kayaker Bill Rasmussen, both of whom are originally from Huntington Beach CA.

New this year, the kayakers are reversing their 29-mile course to arrive at Hotel Maya, overlooking the Queen Mary in Long Beach harbor for a welcome back celebration. Setting the
compass heading 003-degrees for this grueling challenge, kayakers will depart Avalon harbor at 5:30 a.m. On Saturday, August 13th, expecting to land ashore between 12:30-1:30 p.m. In Long Beach. This is a seven-hour, 29-mile journey in a one-man, seafaring kayak. So far, Seans event raised over $50,000 dollars since the inception in 2008 to support the Dream Street cause of sending critically and chronically ill children to summer camp-free-of-charge.

Dream Street started in 1988, and each year over 650 kids, ages 4-14 from Southern CA and other parts of the country are given a free, one-week joyous experience at sleepover camp.
Volunteer medical and counselor staff spend endless hours with every child who needs special help, TLC or 24/7 medical assistance. For one week out of the year, we make believe they are healthy youngsters, allowing them to feel normal and secure, say Dream Street co-founders Billy and Patty Grubman. Camp Dream Street in Ojai CA is scheduled for July 3-10, when campers will sign the kayaks with heartfelt best wishes for a safe and appreciative journey.

Clancy, an Iron Man participant, was raised to push himself mentally, physically and spiritually. During the kayaking excursion he benefits while benefiting. Helping ill children enjoy a fun-filled camp experience motivates him, and he wants to inspire others to do something, anything, as a fundraising project. Rasmussen was inspired by Clancys feat and will paddle the sea in his own kayak for a second consecutive journey.

Upon arrival at the dock owned by Hotel Maya, a DoubleTree by Hilton, young patients from Long Beach Memorial hospital and their families, plus other well-wishers and donors will gather for a joyous celebration. The event is sponsored by Hotel Maya, Signal Hill Petroleum, Global Payments and Creative Communications - companies that acknowledge and support the needs of less fortunate children, and the efforts put forth by Clancy, Rasmussen and Dream Street Foundation.

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