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River Valley News Shopper, February 21, 2010

River Valley News Shopper, February 21, 2010

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 www.rivervalleyshopper.com
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(BETWEEN ANDREA’S PIZZAAND GRANT VIDEO) 
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MONDAY,FEBRUARY22,2010•RIVERVALLEYNEWSSHOPPER
 
3
RECORD - ENTERPRISE
The River Valley
Serving Portions of Montcalm, Mecosta, Newaygo and Kent Counties
Over 800 registered participants hitthe hard water between the Croton andHardy Ponds in hopes of catching a tro-phy walleye, pike, perch or bluegill, forthe 4th Annual Dam to Dam Ice Fish-ing Contest. This event is held annu-ally in February during the DNR’s free
shing weekend. All proceeds fromregistration fees, plus sales of rafe
tickets, go directly to the Big Brothersand Big Sisters of Newaygo County, with the donation being matched by the Fremont Area Foundation. Visit damtodamcontest.com for pho-tos, information on the success of this year’s event, and a listing of the event’ssponsors.
United States Canoe Association (USCA)selects Newaygo Michigan’s MuskegonRiver for USCA’s 2011 National Canoe &Kayak Championships
Chicago IL - The USCA announces the selectionof Newaygo Michigan’s Muskegon River as the sitefor its Canoe and Kayak National Championshipfor 2011. “The Newaygo team made an outstandingpresentation and won the bid by a sizable margin,”stated Gareth Stevens, Chair of the Publications andMarketing Committees at USCA. “The USCA looksforward to helping make the Newaygo Nationals in2011 on the Muskegon River a success to remem-ber.”Martin Ecker, a Muskegon Michigan based ex-ert paddler and Race Organizer for the 2011 event,as delighted with the outcome: “Newaygo was suc-essful at winning the bid because of true teamwork.etween the people at Pure Michigan, the Newaygohamber of Commerce, and Powers Outdoors (theocal sponsor), the delegates felt comfortable thate could handle a race of this magnitude. I am con-
dent we can conduct a superb race on the world
lass Muskegon River with the support of all of thetate and local organizations.”The USCA Nationals holds a major, six-day na-ional canoe and kayak championship event every ear, usually in early-to-mid August. The week-long
MontcalmPanhandlefund grows
The Montcalm Panhandle fund is $10,000 bet-er off this year do to the very successful fund raisereld at Latitudes Road House. The panhandle boardould like to extend a huge thank you to Communi- y First Credit Union, The Howard City DDA, Peasensurance Agency Inc, RC Senior Health Care LLCnd Trumpets & Dove Financial Services for under-riting the dinner portion of the evening. The boardcknowledges all of the participant’s table sponsorsnd folks that donated to the cause. The community und balance is nearing $76,520 which should al-ow $4,000 in grant money every year. Accordingo Chairman Richard Pease foundations and en-owments are the way to help ensure future growthn a community, private money for parks, librar-es school and civic organizations. “For Good…Fororever”. The board would like to express a specialhank you to Latitudes for the very special menuhat was enjoyed and for giving us the restaurant
See
PANHANDLE
page 4
NewaygoCounty gets nodfor USCA 
See
NEWAYGO
page 6
4th Annual Dam to Dam IceFishing Contest
Drillin’ holes and settingup the “ice camp”Some of the day’s catch at the CrotonAmerican Legion’s weigh in station Wacky Hats are a fun part of the dayLeinenkugel, one of the main sponsorsof the event, provides hot chocolate

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