FISHING RODEO! Saturday, May 23 – 9am until 11am – MUDDY CREEK BRIDGE
All kids ages 0 - 15 are welcome to join in the fun at our Annual Fishing Rodeo at the Muddy Creek Bridge. The contest runs from 9am until 11am. Parents are welcome to assist their younger children who are fishing but are asked to refrain from fishing themselves until the contest is complete. There will be plenty of fish to go around :)
To make sure that every child has a chance to catch a fish, we have instituted a (5) fish limit this year per child (this includes all Catch & Release and Keepers). We will have prizes in multiple categories including: 1) First Fish, 2) Last Fish, 3) Heaviest Fish, 4) Longest Fish, 5) First Child to Catch Five, 6) Youngest to Catch a Fish… and the always popular.... 7) Prettiest Fish.
We hope to see all of our young members there!!!
MEMORIAL WEEKEND – FISH FRY AND PICNIC! Saturday, May 23 – 1pm – PAVILION
If you haven’t been to our annual Fish Fry before, you’ve really been missing out! We supply the fantastic battered fried fish, hamburgers & hot dogs, beer, soft drinks and water. All we ask in return is that each family bring a covered dish to share with your neighbors so that we have enough food to go around.
Lots of fun, food and good times with your neighbors and friends!!! You don’t want to miss this one!!!
YOUGH APPAREL IS HERE!
The Apparel Orders are in! You can start picking up your orders at the office on Friday, May 22 between 6pm and 9pm or Saturday, May 23 from 9am until Noon. We will be contacting those purchasers who requested mail service.
We will also have a limited number of items for sale at the picnic!
COMMUNITY WORK DAY – Saturday, June 13th – Noon – Meet at the Pavilion
In case you haven’t noticed, there’s a lot of beautification going on at the Yough. We will have our annual community work day on Saturday, June 13th. Meet us at noon at the pavilion. Please bring your work gloves, shovels & rakes. For our strongest members, bring your chainsaws; we will need help cutting back the trees and brush on the big hill on the boulevard (we do this every few years to allow the sun to get to the road to melt the ice in the winter).
Please try to come out and help. It’s only one day of your time, but makes such a big difference for the community.