3rd Annual Pinewood Derby
Posted on by Vierra Reid
We're teaming up!
Proof Eyewear and Terry Reilly are teaming up for the 3rd Annual Pinewood Derby!
Join us Wednesday, August 5th from 7-10 pm @ Prefunk Bar in downtown Boise.
Proceeds from the night will be donated to Terry Reilly Health Services in support of Community Health Center Week!
Here's a video from last year's derby:
Terry Reilly Health Services has roots as a small medical clinic that grew out of a response to a striking need. Over the years, this mission-driven organization has grown to expand services to meet the health care needs of a diverse and ever increasing population within Southwest Idaho.
Today, the mission of Terry Reilly stays the same, providing affordable quality health care to all – regardless of income. Terry Reilly is unique in that it uses a sliding scale discount plan that allows patients to receive care based upon their ability to pay. Staff hold quality of care to the highest standard, with board certified clinicians who are experts in their area of practice. Terry Reilly strives to be a community-oriented clinic that is available for everyone in the community, regardless of insurance status.
Terry Reilly serves over 30,000 patients annually and currently operates 4 integrated medical/dental/behavioral health clinics, 7 medical/behavioral health clinics, 4 dental clinics, and 3 specialty behavioral health clinics in Ada, Canyon and Owyhee counties. Terry Reilly also operates Allumbaugh House in Boise providing crisis mental health and addiction treatment.
$10 registration required
Fees can be paid at the Proof Flagship Store. Cars can be picked up at the store as well:
314 S. 9th Street #100
Boise, Idaho 83702
2016 Proof Grand Prix Official Rules:
The main body structure must be made of wood.
A. Width - Not to exceed 2 3/4 inches
B. Length - Not to exceed 7 inches
C. Height - Not to exceed 3 inches
D. Height - Not to exceed 3 inches
Attachments can be made! And we encourage creativity! Just make sure that the car doesn't exceed the above specifications. Also make sure that they don't contain and prohibited items!
B. Starting devices or propellants
C. Electronic or lighting devices that interfere with the race electronics.
D. Liquids, wet paint, oil, sticky substance, or powders of any kind (other than axle lubrication)
E. Glass or excessively fragile parts
F. Bearings, bushings, washers, sleeves, hubcaps or inserts attached to or in contact with the axle, body or wheels.
G. Loose objects on car
Each car must pass inspection by the Official Proof Inspection Committee before it may compete. The Inspectors will disqualify any car not meeting these rules.Cars may be modified if they are determined by the race officials to not meet these requirements, but cannot compete until the rules are complied with.
Any car losing wheels or any part that prevents it from running cannot be repaired after the inspection and weigh in. EXCEPTION: Race officials may authorize repairs, usually when damage is caused by collision with another vehicle or object. Ideally repairs can be done before the next heat that the car is in starts. After the car is repaired Officials will run the race again.