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I would like to personally thank all of you who attended the 2008, 4th annual Bass Lake Ice Fishing Contest. This was cleary the best contest we have ever had the weather was perfect and a good time was had by all. I would also like to thank Iceleaders.com for giving us the opportunity to share their forum in spreading the word on our contest, your help will go along way in providing area youth with potentially life altering athletic alternatives.

Scott Thell

Somerset Youth Athletics Association

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