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Friday, July 23, 2004


TU seeks to reactivate Hemingway Chapter

Meeting scheduled Monday in Ketchum

Trout Unlimited members in the Wood River Valley are invited to meet Monday, July 26, to discuss reactivation of the Hemingway Chapter of Trout Unlimited. The meeting will start at 7 p.m. at the Ketchum-Sun Valley Chamber of Commerce conference room, located at the corner of Main and 4th streets in Ketchum.

"The purpose of the Trout Unlimited meeting in Ketchum is to gather members together to learn about current activities of Trout Unlimited in Idaho and to take stock of the level of interest in reactivating the Hemingway Chapter of Trout Unlimited," said Troy Tvrdy, president of the Idaho Trout Unlimited Council.

There are nearly 2,000 TU members in Idaho, with eight active chapters. In addition there are now five professional TU employees in Idaho working on projects to restore native fish and to protect fish habitat on public lands. "We will have a short presentation on these programs at the meeting," Tvrdy said.

"But the main purpose of the meeting is to create the opportunity for Trout Unlimited members who live in the Wood River Valley to come together," Tvrdy said. "You can count on a fishing story or two to be shared. We hope that you can join us, and by all means bring a friend or two along.

Several TU members from around Idaho--who will be in the Wood River valley during the week attending the annual meeting of the Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, hosted this year by the Idaho Department of Fish and Game--also will attend the Hemingway Chapter meeting to answer questions and offer tips on possible chapter activities.

For more information, contact John Hardin, past president of the Hemingway chapter, at 726-4566, or Ken Retallic, past president of the Idaho Trout Unlimited Council, at 725-5949.


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