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Dave Graybill

Friday, May 13

The Colockum Chapter of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundationís annual banquet is this weekend at the fairgrounds in Cashmere.

This event draws hundreds of hungry hunters and conservationists together to support elk by raising money through games, raffles and a silent and live auctionÖand donít forget all the superb food! I know from experience youíll see tons of people you know and meet some great new people along the way. Many Elk

Foundation members are also supporters of groups like the Wenatchee Sportsmenís Association. Speaking of which, WSA is in need of some help for next Thursdayís Wenatchee Valley College Foundationís Fishing Derby.

The Sportsmenís Association provides tackle, bait and expertise for anglers paying for a chance to catch triploid Rainbow trout in the collegeís fountain in the center of campus.

Itís all part of WVCís International Day Festival featuring eclectic foods, Mariachi music and karaoke. The cost for a rod and first fish is $3 with additional fish one dollar each. WVC students and their families fish for free.

Again, the Wenatchee Valley College Foundation Fishing Derby is Thursday, May 19th. Go to www.wvc.edu for more information. Also, please visit Daveís website at www.fishingmagician.com.

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