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Thanks for help with kids fishing tourney
Letter to editor
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Dear editor: The Bryan County Bass Masters would like to thank those who donated to the Kids Fishing Tournament held in August at J.F. Gregory Park in Richmond Hill.
Sponsors and contributors include: Armstrong Cricket Farm; Derst Bakery; Coca Cola; Roger Wood; Sapps Wrecker Service; Stone Industrial Contractors Inc.; Hndrix Machinery Inc.; Richmond Supply Co.; Wendy Sims; Southern Signs and Designs; The Mechanical Shop Inc.; Lays Potato Chips and Sandra’s Seafood.
Also, A and A Timber LLC; Sports Center of Pembroke; Lovett Hardware; Joe’s Tire and Auto Repair; Savannah Communications; Evans Delivery Trucking; Country Market; International Paper; Custom Quality Scaffolding; Kinard Palletts; DC Electric Co.; and Paul J. Lasala, DMD.
Also, Mungo Homes; Farm Bureau Insurance of Effingham; Mike Goodson/Thompson; Claxton Poultry; Delta Metals Inc.; Macaljon Inc.; Connor Electric; Bryan Bank and Trust; The Schnieder Law Firm LLC; Triad Supply; Richmond Hill Funeral Home; and Henderson Law Firm.
Also, Harvey and Hendrix PC; Debbie M. and Derrell T. Newman; Lloyd D. Murray; Vallis Precision Collision; Plantation Lumber and Hardware; Burns Outboards Service; Fish Tales Restaurant; Cedar Animal Hospital; All Seasons Outdoor Power Equipment; Jit Warehousing and Logistics; Savannah Drive Line and Hydraulics; and Stokes Contracting.
A total of 143 kids were given a rod and reel for their participation in the tournament. Those catching the biggest fish included: (ages 1-3) Abigal Lee, first place, Kyleigh Monroe, second place, and Brody Gunter, third place; (ages 4-7) Makenzie Edwards, first, Colin Whitley, second, and Alex Beasly, third; (ages 8-11) Bobbie Carpse, first, Evan Page, second, and Allison Nichols, third; and (ages 12-15) Brian Webster, first, Austin Binkley, second, and Payton Douglas, third.

Sincerely,
Bryan County Bass Masters

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