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Atlantic Salmon for Northern Maine 2012 Annual Banquet

Posted Feb. 14, 2012, at 10:15 p.m.
Salmon fry released into the Aroostook River 2011
Salmon fry released into the Aroostook River 2011
On the Bank of the Aroostook River
On the Bank of the Aroostook River

Saturday, March 24, 2012 5 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Location: Northeastland Hotel, 436 Main St, Presque Isle, ME

For more information: atlanticsalmonfornorthernmaine.com

Atlantic Salmon for Northern Maine is pleased once again to invite you to a night of fine dining at our annual banquet and auction Saturday, March 24th, 2012 at the Northeastland Hotel in Presque Isle, Maine. Perfectly prepared Prime Rib, Pork, or Haddock are all on the menu. Hors d’oeuvres and drinks start at 5:00pm in the Red Room where you can look over and bid on silent auction items. As always, we have lots of raffles included as well. Dinner is served at 6pm with the open auction to follow. Tickets are available now and are $50 per person and are being sold by board members now. You can also get in touch with us via email at tickets@atlanticsalmonfornorthernmaine.com.

We also have tickets available for our internationally acclaimed Super Draw. Super Draw tickets are $100 per ticket and the drawing is held after the auction on banquet night. If you are interested in tickets for this click the ticket link above and we will contact you.

The prizes are as follows:

1st place $5000

2nd place $2000

3rd place $1000

4th-25th $ 200

Hope to see you all there!

Atlantic Salmon For Northern Maine is a nonprofit organization that is entirely volunteer run. We built, own and operate the Dug Brook Fish Hatchery on the banks of the Aroostook River in Sheridan, ME that produces salmon fry annually. The fry are then introduced into numerous locations along the river and the cycle ofthe salmon begins. With the help of volunteers, private donations and fundraisers we continue to keep this threatened fish returning to one of the few native rivers in Maine. The hope is to be able to restore them to their past glory of being sought by fly fishermen from around the world.

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