The Track hosts annual Breast Cancer fundraiser

Special to The Log
The Track’s signature attraction is the elevated, multi-level Wild Woody go-kart track, with both double and single karts for racing. [CONTRIBUTED PHOTO]

The Track Family Fun Park in Destin will host its eighth annual Fight the Fight, Find a Cure breast cancer fundraiser from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 27.

Guests are invited to enjoy a fun-filled day of Track activities while supporting the Women’s Health Services Fund at Sacred Heart Hospital on the Emerald Coast. All proceeds will help provide screening mammograms for underserved women in our community.

The cost is $15 per person for an unlimited park pass and $10 per person for unlimited Kids Country and golf-only pass. Passes are cash-only, as 100 percent of the proceeds go directly to Sacred Heart Foundation. The rides covered by the full-park pass include the Wild Woody, Family Track, bumper boats, bumper cars, Rookie Track, Kids Country and miniature golf. Passes do not include the Hurricane 360, SkyFlyer or the arcade. Standard safety, height and age requirements still apply to all rides.

In addition to family fun on rides and miniature golf, guests may purchase hot dogs, drinks and homemade baked goods while supplies last.

The Fight the Fight, Find a Cure event was created in honor of a long-time Track manager Darla Petty, who fought and won her battle against breast cancer seven years ago. In her honor, The Track hosts this annual event to raise funds for women in our community facing the same challenges.

Passes must be purchased at the park for this special event. For more information about the Fight the Fight, Find a Cure event, call 850-654-4668.