The Aledo High School Class of 2024 Project Celebration Committee invites the public to attend the inaugural Bearcat Big Bass Fishing Tournament to be held Saturday, April 2, at Rough Creek Park at Lake Granbury.
Two-person fishing teams can register online to compete for prizes—cash payouts for the top three stringers, and prizes for Big Bass, and Trash Fish. Team check-in will begin at 6 a.m. with boat launch at safe light.
The public is invited to join in the fun from 12-3 p.m. to visit sponsor booths and enjoy entertainment from various Aledo groups and other local entertainers. Weigh-in will begin at 2 p.m. Tickets for a number of prizes, including a weekend getaway on the Brazos River, are being sold. The drawing will take place at the tournament.
The AHS Project Celebration 2024 Committee is partnering with Stumpy’s Lakeside Grill to provide food and beverages to guest attendees at the restaurant.
“Our main goal for hosting this fishing tournament is to raise money for Project Celebration for the class of 2024,” said Becky Soto, AHS Project Celebration 2024 Committee Co-President. “In addition, we thought this would be a fun event to involve community members and local businesses that would be interested in supporting the events of our students.”
Project Celebration is a nationwide program that provides a drug-free and alcohol-free event after prom. “Project Celebration is a great way for students to spend time together with their fellow classmates one more time before they graduate high school,” Soto said.
For more information about registering a team for the fishing tournament or becoming a sponsor, visit www.aledopc2024.com.
About Project Celebration
Aledo High School Project Celebration, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) corporation organized under the Texas Non-Profit Corporation Act for the sole purpose of providing safe, alcohol-free and drug- free celebrations to students. The AHS Class of 2024 Project Celebration Committee is fully supported by sponsorships and fundraising by parents and is in no way associated with or funded by Aledo ISD or any of its student-led organizations.
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