Thanks for success of Let's Go Fishing
The Detroit Lakes Area Chapter of Let's Go Fishing thanks the 12 team captains and their team members for raising over $8,500 in pledges for Let's Go Fishing in support of this program which takes seniors, veterans, and youth on fishing and scenic excursions. This past summer 61 such trips provided on the water experiences for over 550 seniors, veterans, and youth.
Thanks also to all the businesses, organizations and individuals who contributed monetary and or in-kind contributions to the Walk for Let's Go Fishing. These contributions will help the Detroit Lakes Area Chapter make its pontoon loan payments and our annual operation expenses.
Special thanks to the Walk for LGF Tri-Chairmen, Loretta Fuglesten, Betty Hochhalter and Jane Miller. They did a great job organizing the event, working with the team captains, and taking care of the details to make the event a success. Thanks also to Lori Campbell the State LGF Walk for Let's Go Fishing coordinator for her support and help.
Thanks to all the LGF volunteers who helped with the Walk, the chili feed, helped with the 61 trips this past summer, and helped serve on the local Detroit Lakes Area Chapter Board of Directors. Thanks also to all the clients and their staff for scheduling trips bringing joy to the seniors, veterans, youth and LGF volunteers.
Congratulations to the Sukke/Heyer Families, the top fundraising team. Congratulations also to the Kiwanis and Oak Crossing teams tied for runner-up fundraising team. Congratulations to Kathy Turcotte the top fundraising individual. Congratulations to Dave Moe, honorable mention for fundraising individual. Congratulations to all the teams for a successful Walk for Let's Go Fishing.
For more details about the Walk for LGF, teams, details, and photos visit the website: lgfws.com
For more information about the Detroit Lakes Area Let's Go Fishing Chapter, volunteer opportunities, charitable contributions, scheduling trips, or any other questions contact Dave Hochhalter, 218-847-5670. -- Dave Hochhalter, Detroit Lakes