Donna Kay Namesake - Donation & Drawing
Secure Your Piece of Iconic History from Cape San Blas, FL
Own an authentic nameplate hull section of the Donna Kay.
PORT ST. JOE, Fla. (WMBB) – In 2019, a shrimp boat named the “Donna Kay” washed ashore the beaches of Cape San Blas. The craft had been abandoned but remained a meaningful place for locals and tourists surrounding southern Gulf County. In 2021, efforts were made to remove the Donna Kay which rested on Eglin military property, and beginning in August 2021, the boat was dismantled and taken away.
But now, YOU can own your piece of history. The Swivel Sisters Womens' Fishing Club was gifted the section of the vessel's hull bearing her proud name: DONNA KAY!
The Swivel Sisters are accepting donations for a chance to own this iconic piece of history.
$20 donation per entry for a chance to own the Donna Kay nameplate!
Selection of the new owner will be at the Winner's Circle for the Running of the Bulls Inshore Fishing Tournament at 6:00 pm, Sunday, November 12, 2023. You need not be present to win. But you must pick up the item locally in Port St. Joe, FL!
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