Give Kids The World Village is an 84-acre, nonprofit “storybook” resort in Central Florida. There, children with critical illnesses and their families are treated to weeklong, cost-free vacations.
A critical illness changes everything for a child. They simply lose their childhood as their daily routine becomes one filled with doctor visits, medical treatments and hospital stays. For one magical week at Give Kids The World Village, these precious children and their families experience the joy of a wish come true, everything from life’s simplest pleasures to the stuff dreams are made of.
This Weekend September is Packed with Lake Events!
Saturday September 21st is out at
Sunday the 22nd is Thigh High Wakesurf at Lake Ronix in Christmas, FL (see map)
Come out and support the sponsors while you watch wakeboarding and wakesurfing athletes push themselves to the NEXT LEVEL. We will be selling Yeti and educating people about SeaDek® and other boat electronics that we install, at our
-Florida Marine Customs Tent.
Congratulations to the winner of the 2019 Feet on Fire barefoot contest; Jake Ramsdell from Chippewa Lake, Ohio.
Feet on Fire is a 32-man, head-to-head barefoot endurance contest with one main rule: no barefoot suits allowed, only a pair of shorts and a vest. The event was founded by watersports industry announcer Danny (Dano the Mano) Amir and pro wakeboarders Parks Bonifay, Daniel Watkins and Erik Ruck. The first Feet on Fire was held in 2005 on Clear Lake in Orlando, Florida. Since then, the barefoot endurance competition has taken place numerous times in Central Florida, Wisconsin and Australia. The event is owned, organized and produced by Touch of the North Events, LLC.
The first Feet on Fire was held in 2005 on Clear Lake in Orlando, Florida at Crazy Kelman’s legendary house. Since then, the barefoot endurance competition has taken place numerous times in Central Florida, Wisconsin and Australia.
The idea was an endurance barefoot contest, with almost no rules. The one main rule: no barefoot suits allowed, only a pair of shorts and a vest. Aside from that one golden rule, the barefoot contest would basically be anything goes. Two guys start behind the boat and have to be barefooting by a certain point, but they didn’t care how – deepwater starts, one or two ski step-off starts, wakeboards, wakeskates, wake surfers, kneeboards … anything, they just needed to be barefooting by a certain point.