Coho Derby ‘bragging rights’

  • Nov. 14, 2011 7:00 p.m.

Submiited articleThe accolades, trophies, prizes and ‘bragging rights’ will be presented to this year’s top fishers, Saturday, Nov. 19. The dinner and awards ceremony will be held at Northern Shores L & C dining room, this year as the community hall is not available. Doors open at 6pm, dinner at 6:30, awards at 7:30 and the dance will be held at the fire hall and is sponsored by the SVFD and PAC.Tickets are available at Bridgeview, SuperValu #43, Bayview S & S and Meegan’s in QC. Dinner and the awards presentation is open to all ages. The catered dinner will be followed by the awards presentation. There are hidden weight, no fish and lots of door prizes, so your chance of taking home a prize is very good. The dance is for the 19 and older crowd (9 pm to the early hours).The Coho Derby wishes to thank everyone that contributed to the awards. The volunteers who help make the derby happen are really appreciated and thanked. The determined participants that try to catch the big Coho are an important part too. If you didn’t get the big one this year start getting ready for 2012! See you Saturday evening.

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