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WSSC Community activity includes a fishing derby

I thought this was very cool as I always considered WSSC as a organization that did not reach out much. Very nice to see they used the summer weather to provide happiness to a lot of kids.

A boatload of kids and their parents participated in WSSC’s Family Fishing Derby last Saturday. But it was the youngest fishermen that reeled in the biggest catches of the day. Karen White of Olney, seven-year-old Gabriel Gersten of Silver Spring, and seven-year-old Katherine Holzrichter of Crofton netted the most fish. Karen and Katherine caught the biggest fish, too.


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