What We Do
Mission: To inspire local youth to live their best life by contributing to community-wide initiatives and other activities that directly benefit our local children.
Duckie Ditch Race Fundraiser
SEPTEMBER 2022 - date TBD
This super "fun"draiser sells out so get your ducks early. Ducks swim down the irrigation ditch in a speed race to the finish line.
Funds from this event are used for the most pressing issue facing the Divide at the time of the race & to put on the Georgetown Air Show /Fly-in (in 2020 funds went to feed families on the Divide).
2021 cash prize winners
First Place - Nicole Siebert $180
Second Place - Barbara Johnson - SPECIAL PRIZE
Last Place - Stefany Gower $60
Duck 200 - Danielle Jacques - SPECIAL PRIZE
Huge thanks to GDPUD for being our water sponsor
Annual Georgetown Airport Fly-In
Saturday May 28, 2022
The 2021 1st Annual Fly In was a HUGE success. We were overjoyed by the turn out from both the local and aviation community, not to mention our amazing first responders. We look forward to watching this event continue to SOAR in the years to come.
Divide for the Kids hosted the first annual Georgetown Divide Fly-In & AirShow event at the Georgetown Airport. Many local first responders, business and air enthusiasts will be available to introduce kids (and kids at heart) to the incredible world of aviation. You can expect to see and get up close and personal with vintage aircraft, and first responder air support. Bring your appetite and your dancing shoes as there will be food trucks, beverages and music. Campground is available for fly-in pilots.
5th Annual Divide Chili Cook Off - ON HOLD
The Divide Chili Cook Off has traditionally been held (5 years) on Halloween night at the HayLady on Church Street in Georgetown. We are sad to share that Alexis passed away in 2020 and this event is on hold while we reconsider how we can continue to bring you this fun Fall fundraiser.
Who We Are
Parents and community members who hope to inspire... ambassadors for our kids.
2017 Chili Cook Off Snap Shot
From left to right: Sol Nisbet, local small business owner and Board Member of the Divide Chamber of Commerce.
Michaela Renee Johnson, local small business owner and licensed psychotherapist.