Continuing a tradition – Scott Le Sueur Waterfowlers hold successful banquet

Wade Young, Montgomery Messenger

Scott Le Sueur Waterfowler Bob Trnka runs the Duck Drop, which was a HUGE hit with the kids, according to organizers. Children paid $2, drew a number, and when they sold out all 100 numbers, a duck was put in the cage. The winner was the number that got pooped on. (Photo courtesy of Skye Harms)

The organization is new, but the time-honored event was very successful.

The newly-formed Scott Le Sueur Waterfowlers continued the tradition of raising funds for education, youth programs, and conservation with a Fundraising Banquet on Thursday, Nov. 21, at the Park Ballroom in New Prague.

The local organization is made up of members from the former Scott-Le Sueur Chapter of the Minnesota Waterfowl Assocation (MWA) that disbanded earlier this year and regrouped under the new name. The goals of the new organization remain the same as they have for 40 years: Preservation, creation and restoration of wildlife habit throughout Minnesota, and educational and youth programs, including the popular Wood Duck Box Building Day.

President Andrew Harms said he and his fellow club members are extremely....

To see more on this story pick up the November 28, 2019 print edition of The New Prague Times or the Montgomery Messenger.


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