Register your kids now for the 2024 Spring Fishing Tournament

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The 2024 Spring Fishing Tournament is being held at the 3 lakes at the Golden Era Golf Course at 7:00am on Saturday April 13, 2024.

The tournament itself will start after registration at 8:00am and will go on until 11:00am. All boys and girls from 6-15 years are invited along with parent(s).

All that is needed is register on-line, bring fishing gear and your smiles. As the tournament is limited to 200 kids, please register now at ww.alpost53.com. There will be official weigh-in, free raffle prizes and free t-shirts for every kid.

Medals & prizes for the top 10 places in each age group (6-10 and 11-15). There will be prizes for the kid catching the most fish in their age group.

Also, there will be a prize for the biggest fish caught: 4 tickets to Disneyland!The tournament is made possible by contributions from our generous sponsors who have our Valley kids front and center in their hearts.

Before the tournament starts the Hemet Rotary Club will be cooking pancakes for everyone and the Kiwanis Club will be preparing hamburgers and hot dogs after the tournament. The tournament will be an unforgettable family-experience.

It’s for the kids!

SEE YOU THERE!

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