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LCRA Ice Fishing Contest - Feb 2, Gervais Lake in Little Canada

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The 2nd Annual LCRA (Little Canada Recreation Association) Ice Fishing Contest will be held on February 2nd, 2013 on Gervais Lake in Little Canada, MN. Gates open at 10:30am and the contest runs from 12:00pm - 3:00pm. Over $4,000 in prizes will be awarded (1st – 30th place)

We will also have:

* Hot Chili, Hot Dogs and Hot Chocolate will be for sale by the Little Canada Fire Department

* Games and prizes for kids

* Ice Skating

* Raffle drawing afterward at 4:00 pm

* Door prizes throughout the contest

* Kids Category fishing prizes - New this year! Five prizes for ages 13 and under that don't qualify for one of the top 30 prizes.

Tickets are $15 ($20 the day of contest)

E-Mail us if you have any questions at: [email protected]

Also visit our HSOforum:

http://www.lcraonline.org/Ice%20Fishing%20Tournament/IceFishingTournament.htm

Fishing contest tickets are available at these Little Canada locations:

Joe’s Sporting Goods

Hardware Hank

Little Canada City Center

Little Canada Bingo Hall

Hoggsbreath Bar

Gordies Bar

MGM Liquor

The Little Canada Recreation Association is a non-profit organization.

We have operated for over 50 years with the sole purpose of promoting recreational programs, activities, and facilities for the youth of Little Canada and surrounding communities.

The LCRA would like to thank its sponsors:

Joe’s Sporting Goods

Hardware Hank

Frattalone Companies

Fra-Dor Inc.

MGM Liquor

The Porterhouse

Little Canada Bingo Hall

The City of Little Canada

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