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MN Adult/Teen fishin Challenge
« on: April 15, 2019, 04:53:59 PM »
Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge hosts 11th annual Fishing Challenge June 1 :Fish: :Fish: :fish2:

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Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge is hosting its 11 th annual fishing tournament June 1 to raise money to help Minnesotans find freedom from addiction. Anyone from experienced anglers to amateurs are welcome to compete for prizes while fishing to save lives.

Two-person teams can compete in one of five divisions: pike, walleye, bass, panfish, or mixed bag. The top ten teams in each division will win prizes, including U.S.

and Canada resort stays, rods, reels, tackle, trolling motors, electronics, guided fishing trips

and more. Entries are limited to 150 two-person teams, allowing for 300 participants.

Participants can register now through May 31.

All proceeds from the event will help Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge save lives. Since

2009, almost $2 million has been raised to help Minnesotans find freedom from addiction.

Details are posted on fishingchallenge.org along with rules, photos, videos and an entry form.

Registration, rules meeting and dinner: 3:30-7:30 p.m. May 31 at Heritage Assembly of God, 13242 Berrywood Drive in Baxter. The tournament will be 7 a.m.-5 p.m. June 1 at Cragun's Resort on Gull Lake, 11000 Craguns Drive, Brainerd. The public is invited to the weigh-in at Cragun's Resort on Gull Lake.

2019 at 3 p.m.

The Fleet Farm Minnesota Fishing Challenge is presented by Minn Kota/Humminbird.

Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge is a drug and alcohol treatment and recovery program that has been in operation since 1983. With 11 locations throughout the state, MnTC offers a full range of services including long-term recovery and short-term intensive treatment programs as well as extensive prevention services through the organization's program, Know the Truth. Each year, Know the Truth speaks in more than 160 high schools and middle schools across the state, sharing personal stories of addiction with students to help prevent substance use.
« Last Edit: April 15, 2019, 05:03:19 PM by Lee Borgersen »
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