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Harbor House Planning 7th Annual Ken-Ducky Derby

CEO Maria Smith says it’s hoped Saturday’s Ken-Ducky Derby and associated festival will generate about more than $200,000 for the organization, which serves developmentally and physically disabled adults.

The staff at Harbor House of Louisville is making preparations for its signature fundraising event.

CEO Maria Smith says it’s hoped Saturday’s Ken-Ducky Derby and associated festival will generate about more thanĀ $200,000 for the organization, which serves developmentally and physically disabled adults.

“We help them be employed, develop life skills training and to have a life beyond high school, like you and I want, to be involved and to be part of the community,” she said.

At 3:00pm Saturday, some 25-thousand rubber ducks will be dumped into the Ohio River for a race and to be drawn for prizes.