PROJECTS

 

Bonanza Educational CenterPurchased 3 canoes, paddles, and life jackets to aid in educating area youth and adults on water recreation and safety.

Youth Fishing ClinicConducted a fishing clinic and minnow races for area youth. The Club purchased rods, reels, tackle boxes and tackle as prizes for participants.

Dock System at Lakeside ParkDonated money to aid in the purchase of the dock system at Lakeside Park to be used for various recreational, fishing and city activities.

Let’s Go Fishing Pontoon purchased and installed electronic fishing graph and rod holders for the pontoon. Club members guide for the organization, and the Club supports Let’s Go Fishing with money donations.

Lake Oliver Project Donated money to the Holloway Rod and Gun Club for the improvements of Lake Oliver accesses.

Refuge Youth Fishing Day Donated money to help the DNR hold its annual Youth Fishing Day at the Refuge.

Rearing Ponds Project – Donated funds to help with the stocking of bluegills in Big Stone Lake.

Rods and Reels to Youth Donated rod and reel combos to all participants under 18 years of age who participated in the Border Walleye Challenge.

Ortonville Public Library Provided funds to purchase National Geographic, National Geographic for Kids, and Field and Stream magazine subscriptions.

Ortonville School FoundationMonetary donation to support the school.  CLICK HERE TO DONATE

Lakeside Park Playground Project Active participant and financial supporter of the project to improve the Lakeside Park playground.

Citizens for Big Stone Lake Financial contribution to help support improvements to Big Stone Lake.

Fishing Outing for Troops Families  In 2009 the walleye club sponsored a picnic at Lakeshore RV Park and bought gifts for all the kids and took all the families of deployed soldiers out for boat rides and fishing.

Big Stone Lake Flood 2010-  The walleye club provided leadership and several trucks, trailers and other equipment and helped sandbag for those in need.  The water level went up almost 6 feet and several houses were affected.

Youth Fishing Day 2010-  The walleye club provided the funding for the fish fry to be held at the refuge youth fishing day.

Member of Big Stone Lake Area Chamber of Commerce

 

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