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Lake Erie trade group set to host fundraiser

The Lake Erie Marine Trades Association Educational Foundation announced its annual fundraiser will be held Sept. 12.

The Lake Erie Marine Trades Association Educational Foundation announced its annual fundraiser will be held Sept. 12 at Ohio’s Catawba Island Club in Port Clinton, Ohio.

It’s officially called the Norm Schultz Open Golf Outing and Fishing Tournament.

Whether it’s playing the 18-hole Catawba Island Club course in a shotgun start scramble, or boarding boats in the Catawba Island Club marina to chase fish in Lake Erie’s western basin, the event is open to anyone who wants a fun day while supporting the scholarship fund.

The day includes a continental breakfast, the awards luncheon, prizes, raffles and goodie bags. Since inception, the foundation has awarded more than $105,000 in scholarships to deserving regional students.

Click here for information and registration.

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