WST - Letter to the Editor

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The 2nd Annual “Boilermaker Local 647 Ice Fishing Tournament”, held Sat., Feb. 8 at Ridgewood Bay Resort, Zimmerman, MN was a great success.  The proceeds for the event went to the Wounded Warriors Guide Service.
We would like to thank all the fishing contestants for coming and sharing with us not only a love of fishing, but a love of our country and the Wounded Warrior Program.
Thanks go out to the Boilermakers, X-Effect Outfitters (thanks Jon!), Ridgewood Bay Resort and all the volunteers for the resources and time donated to this event. The fishing tournament will be held again next year at Ridgewood Bay Resort, located on Little Elk Lake in Zimmerman. See you there!
Dale Lais
Big Lake, MN


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