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Monday, July 2, 2012

Four-Year Old Wins LIONS Fishing Contest!

LIONS Fishing Contest by Foodland had surprising results! The largest fish was caught by one of the youngest contestants!

Winners of the Fishing contest are:
-  1st Prize - $25.00  -  Aiden Reynolds (Age 4)., Alma St., Omemee
                                       1 lb. 3 oz. Bass
-  2nd Prize- $15.00  -  Ben Vandenberg (Age 12), Crosswind Rd., Omemee
                                       1/2 lb. Bass
- 3rd Prize -  $10.00  -  Mathew Fitch (Age 11), 293 William St., Lindsay
                                       5 oz. Bass
Congratultions to all anglers who participants!
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