Potomac-Patuxent First Annual BBQ Fundraiser

BBQ – June 21st!
 
The Potomac-Patuxent Chapter of Trout Unlimited cordially invites you to its First Annual BBQ Fundraiser being held at Centennial Lake in Columbia, MD on Sunday June 21st, 2015.
 
June 21st is Father’s Day! Mark your calendars and note it in your cell phone to bring the family and plan on a day of fun, fishing, and BBQ with us. If you’re a father, have the family bring YOU as a treat to celebrate the day. There will be chances to walk home with some fabulous prizes and your BBQ ticket additionally enters you in a chance to win a great door prize. BBQ tickets will be available for purchase on the PPTU web site, at our chapter meetings, and you may contact any of the board members directly to purchase both your BBQ tickets and raffle tickets.
 
First Prize is the West Branch Angler & Sportsmen's Resort Stay & Float Package for Two. This great prize includes three nights, 2 days float fishing on the West Branch of the Delaware River in Deposit, NY, including most meals plus guide tips. www.westbranchresort.com
 
Second Prize is a Guided Day Trip for Two Anglers to a South Central Pennsylvania spring creek with guide and author, Mike Heck.
 
Third Prize is a Half Day Guided Trip on Beaver Creek with James Harris (Bring a friend for a small fee)
 
Many other great prizes will be available through a bucket raffle and silent auction held at the event. BBQ ticket prices are $25 for adults, $15 for children (6-12yrs), kids under 5 yrs free.
For more details visit www.pptu.org
 
Raffle tickets are: $15 per ticket, 2 for $25, 4 for $40 6 for $50. And you need not be present to win!
 
This is PPTU’s main fundraising event for the entire year. So come out and support your chapter while celebrating dad and enjoying a relaxing day by the lake! The park is open early and closes at sunset. BBQ will be served from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. and our prize drawings will be held at the end of the day. Hope to see you there!
 
About Centennial Park
 
This park has won three awards for its natural design and sensitivity to nature. You can walk, run or bike the 2.6-mile paved pathway that meanders around the lake. Visitors are welcome to rent a boat, cast for fish, enjoy the colorful natural wildflower areas, watch for a diversity of birds, waterfowl, and wildlife, play a sport, or in our case have a great picnic. Directions and additional info is on the county web site.