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 Overall 133 kids participated, 57 caught fish with the largest fish being an 18" sucker and the most fish caught being a tie between Berron Rickert and Katalina Keith with 9!

Since we planned for nearly 500 people including parents, left over food immediately went to the Food Bank which they truly appreciated. A great time was had by all despite the drizzly conditions.

Results:

Boys
3-4 age group, most fish, Jace Regan with 3 fish
5-6 age group, most fish, Berron Rickert  with 9 fish
7-8 age group, most fish, Rycen Mular with 8 fish
9-10 age group, most fish, Drew Holland and Cody Conover with 6 fish
11-13 age group, most fish, Chase Duneman with 5 fish
3-4 largest fish, Connor Swanson, 9 inches
5-6 largest fish, Asher Dreadin, 15 inches
7-8 largest fish, Deac Albrecht, 16.5 inches
9-10 largest fish, Hunter Dreadin with 16" fish
11-13 largest fish, Ronan Frizzell, = 16.5 fish
 
Girls
3-4 age group, most fish, Katalina Keith with 9 fish
5-6 age group, most fish, Tatum Chaffins, with 3 fish
7-8 age group, most fish, Zoe Chaffins with 6 fish
9-10 age group, most fish, Celia Risho, 3 fish
3-4 age group, largest fish, Morgan Duneman = 9 inches
5-6 age group, largest fish, Ruby Clark = 16 inches
7-8 age group, largest fish, Stevie-Lin Solberg = 18 inches
The Park Clean-Up Day was the most memorable and fun we've ever had. With nearly 60 volunteers from both Rotary Clubs, Rotaract, Interact, HRDC and volleyball players, we accomplished so much in 3+ hours, capped off by a terrific BBQ courtesy of Bob Wiersma's team. 
 
 
 
Part of our community service charitable efforts, performed on a weekly basis in the area, is through our support of Meals on Wheels. We now have both a Tuesday and Friday commitment to these deliveries. If you'd like to donate an hour of your time every few months, sign-up for an open slot on Tuesdays HERE or on Fridays HERE
All BSRC members are invited to be involved in our annual giveaway of books to all 2nd graders in the county through April and May.    A complete online list of dates, venue and members who have signed-up are showing here. FYI - Barnes & Noble's partnering effort back around Thanksgiving helped bring an additional $665 of funds to the club to go with the $875 they contributed to us back in July 2018.
 
 

 
 
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Jun 07, 2019
Food: From the 'Seed to the Shelf'
Nikki Naiser
Jun 14, 2019 7:30 AM
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Jacobus Hollewijn
Jun 21, 2019
Achieving Your Best Health Through All Stages of Life
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Jun 27, 2019
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Aug 01, 2019
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