Avalon Dragon Boating Inc. 
P.O. Box 50034

Paradise, NL, Canada

A1L 0J2

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Paddle in Paradise 2017

Mark your calendar for the 7th annual Paddle in Paradise on August 19th. This year, we have room for 36 corporate and/or community teams to take part in a wonderful day of racing. There will be prizes awarded to the fastest team, the most spirited group, and both the team and the individual with the highest pledge total. With food vendors and activities for the kids, you can bring the whole family to cheer on the races. For more information, contact Hannah Hanlon at paddleinparadise15@gmail.com or go to https://www.canadahelps.org/en/charities/avalon-dragon-boating-inc/events/paddle-in-paradise/ to register your team today. Space is limited. Only the first 36 teams to register will be accept

Dressing the Dragon

Join us at the Bella Vista for a night of spring fashion, scrumptious treats, and spectacular prizes. For tickets, contact Beverley at beverleyanne@hotmail.ca or call 725-9355. #fashion #dessert #breastcancer

Sharrington's Shares Their Support

The wonderful staff at Sharrington's invited the Avalon Dragons to take part in a fashion show and book signing this month at their store on Elizabeth Avenue. As several team members modeled the fashions, author Denika Phillpott was in-store signing copies of her biography - Overcomer, which documents her experience with breast cancer. All day, both Sharrington's and Denika Phillpott generously donated 10% of their sales to support the Avalon Dragons. And because a winter storm had taken over the city of St. John's that day, Sharrington's continued their promotion the following Saturday. Thanks to Sharrington's and Denika Phillpott for your support! #breastcancer #fashion #ootd #sharringtons

Fun at the Brier!

Brier fever has spread through St. John's, and the Avalon Dragons were no exception. We were over-the-moon when the organizing committee invited us help lead the teams to the ice. We hoisted the flags/banners and lead the athletes to the ice sheets where they would play. Then it was time to sit back and enjoy the games