With the conclusion of the 20th annual Aylmer District Trapper’s Council Fish Fry, the ADTC would like to extend our gratitude to all of our guests and supporters for making the event possible. As stated during the event, our annual fish fry is largely responsible for our ability as a council to support various events and causes throughout our district, many of whom rely heavily on the capital of other organizations to operate and result in the education and opportunities to participate in both outdoor pursuits and stewardship activities for youth.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank both our new and returning guests for their attendance to our fish fry. The Aylmer District Trapper’s Council hopes you enjoyed yourselves as much as we did, and look forward to seeing you all again next year. Not quite sold out, many of the few tickets unsold prior to the event were able to be sold at the door and resulted in a near capacity room.
The ADTC is dedicated to continually improve our events and initiatives and as such, in the near future an executive meeting has been scheduled so that we might discuss the event and look to provide our guests with an even greater experience next year.
On behalf of the council I would like to thank Keith Taylor, owner of Taylor Heritage Hogs for his continued support of the annual fish fry as well as those other supporters such as Rimas Miknev who continue to support the ADTC Fish Fry by means of door prize donations. As a council we are fortunate to have such dedicated support.
To our guests, volunteers, and supporters, thank you all for making the 20th Annual ADTC Fish Fry an event to remember. See you all next year!
Greg Holden - President, Aylmer District Trapper’s Council