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SAVE THE DATE - FISHING DERBY

Time to get ready for the annual "Hooked on Fishing" event at Lake Wilderness. The fun starts on Friday, April 21st through Saturday, April 22nd. This year marks the 15th annual "Hooked On Fishing" Opening Day Trout Derby on Lake Wilderness. This is actually an event that spans generations of opening day enthusiasts. The Maple Valley Lion's Club originally sponsored the derby decades ago until 1994. In 2003 when the City of Maple Valley acquired the park from King County, a partnership was forged by the chamber, Maple Valley Rotary, and The City to bring the traditional opening day celebration back to Lake Wilderness. Where else can you go so close to home to camp out all night, enter a derby, and eat a ham and egg breakfast with all you can eat pancakes at midnight under the stars?
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Promote Your Business At the Chamber's Maple Valley Days Booth

Maple Valley Days (June 9-11) is a great way to reach out to new clients/customers. Each year, the Chamber sponsors a booth and we want YOU (our members) to get your information out to prospective clients. Take advantage by either having your marketing materials displayed at our booth or better yet, be there in person! Sign up for a 2 1/2 hour slot at the Chamber's booth and market your business. No cost to participate. Call or email Erica to sign up!
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Wacky Coming Your Way - Play, Sponsor or Volunteer

It's our favorite time of year - summer! And that means Wacky & Wild.....On Wednesday, July 19th, the Wacky & Wild Golf Tournament will be held at Lake Wilderness Golf Course. It's a day filled with fun, networking and golf (sort of). There are many ways to be involved: put a foursome together and register as a team, have your business sponsor of the many Wacky activities and/or volunteer as a course marshal (you get to drive golf carts!).
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"We must all suffer from one of two pains--the pain of discipline or the pain of regret. The difference is discipline weighs ounces while regret weighs tons."   . . Jim Rohn

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