Cape Cod Bay Challenge Returns to Benefit Christopher's Haven

Photo courtesy: Cape Cod Bay Challenge Photo courtesy: Cape Cod Bay Challenge
The 15th Annual Cape Cod Bay Challenge (CCBC), the oldest and most recognized stand-up paddle (SUP) event in the Northeast, returns this year in-person and virtually to benefit Christopher’s Haven, a home for kids when cancer hits home. This year the event is dedicated to the memory of Tim Hanson, who passed away last December after a hard-fought battle with cancer. Tim was a long-time participant and organizer of the CCBC and a wonderful human being. 
Over the past 15 years, the Cape Cod Bay Challenge has raised approximately $970,000 to benefit Christopher’s Haven and has attracted nearly 600 participants. This year is projected to push the event's all-time total fundraising over 1 million dollars.
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In 2022, the CCBC will offer three options for paddlers to participate:
A 16-mile in-person distance paddle
A five-mile in-person “CCBC-Lite” paddle
A virtual paddle
There will also be an After Paddle Celebration at the Levitate Backyard & Rexicana Surf Cantina from 12 pm to 4 pm on August 13th (1871 Ocean Street, Marshfield, MA).
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