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lions obx vip tournament a community affair

The Lion’s VIP Fishing Tournament keeps getting bigger and better. As Kip Tabb reports in the North Beach Sun, this year’s event brought over 800 people from all over the United States and Canada to celebrate what it means to be part of the community  of humankind.

Elsa Jennings from Henderson County, fishes grin Avalon Fishing Pier. The 100-year-old woman ldest participant in the VIP Fishing Tournament. Photo: Michael H. Schwartz/Thin Blue Line Productions

Elsa Jennings from Henderson County, fishes from Avalon Fishing Pier. The 100-year-old woman was the oldest participant in the VIP Fishing Tournament. Photo: Michael H. Schwartz/Thin Blue Line Productions

“The 32nd Lion’s VIP (Visually Impaired Persons) Fishing Tournament got in two out of three days of spectacular weather last week. The tournament, by all account the largest in the world, was held Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, October 20-22.  The fishing was great but the real story is what it means for everyone involved.

Between volunteers and the VIPs fishing there were over 800 participants involved and they came from so many places it’s not possible to list them all.”

 

The Lions VIP Fishing Tournament was an amazing three days. Read about it in the North Beach Sun.

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