The exhibition is a fundraiser for the Royal Family Kids’ Camps, a nonprofit organization that sponsors summer camps for abused and neglected children. According to Temby, also one of the organizers of the event, last year’s show drew more than 1,800 spectators and raised $40,000 for the Royal Family organization.
“That ($40,000) allowed 40 kids to go to the camp, and this year we’re hoping to do even better,” said Temby. “The best thing about this event is that it allows everyone to change the path of a child’s life. It’s a wonderful thing.”
The water and air show will be held from noon to 4 p.m. and will include fly-overs by the Patriots Jet Team, wakeboarding, sky-diving and drag boat exhibitions, and a live auction following the show. Food and drinks will also be available. Admission is $5 per car and visitors are encouraged to bring their own chairs.
“The whole idea is to treat everyone like royalty and to make sure it’s a successful, safe event,” said Temby. “It’s a great day for families, with Marine World caliber exhibitions. It’s a lot of fun.”
For more information, visit www.brentwoodskishow.com.