NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES | Cub Scout Pack 38 is going on an Ice Fishing Adventure

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Saturday, February 18, 2012 is “Take A Kid Ice Fishing” day in Minnesota (http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/minnaqua/icefishing) and Cub Scout Pack 38 is celebrating by hosting an Urban Ice Fishing Day on Lake Nokomis from 1:00 to 4:00pm. 

Adults do not need to purchase a fishing license if they are fishing with their youth during “Take A Kid Ice Fishing” day.

Come and learn about ice fishing, from the equipment, ice and winter weather safety, how to fish, and what fish populate our urban lakes.  Build your own “Jiggle Stick”, string and bait it, and if we are lucky, see a first-hand demonstration on how to clean and cook a fish fresh from the lake.  All ages/genders are invited, boys in Kindergarten through Fourth Grade can learn about Cub Scout Pack 38 and the other exciting adventures we have planned.

The cost is free, but the memories will be priceless.

Contact Dan Fehler at 612-724-6284 or e-mail Cubmaster38@gmail.com to register, or to learn more about Cub Scout Pack 38 see our website at www.BSAPack38.org.  Cub Scout Pack 38 is chartered by St. Helena Catholic Church and School, 3200 E 44th Street, Minneapolis.

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