Schoodic Lake Charity Bass Tournament this weekend

LAKE VIEW PLANTATION — The fourth annual Schoodic Lake Charity Bass Tournament will take place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, July 9 and 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, July 10 with this year’s proceeds benefiting Maine Adaptive Sports & Recreation, which provides opportunities for people with disabilities The event will include a cornhole tournament on Saturday.

Maine Adaptive Sports & Recreation promotes year-round education and training for individuals with disabilities in order to develop skills, enhance independence, and provide enjoyment through active recreation. They believe that having access to and participating in recreational sports is integral to a well-rounded life for every person.

Founded in 1982, Maine Adaptive is now the largest year-round adaptive recreation program in the state of Maine for adults and children with disabilities. Over 400 volunteers assist our athletes in appreciating the joys and challenges of sports participation.

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FISHING FOR CAMP SUNSHINE — In this 2009 photo state biologists, from left, Nels Kramer, Richard Dill, and Brian Campbell weigh and measure lake trout that were netted for study. The fourth annual Schoodic Lake Bass Fishing Tournament on Saturday and Sunday will benefit Maine Adaptive Sports & Recreation.

Maine Adaptive provides over 3,500 lessons winter and summer thanks to the generous support of individuals, businesses, corporations, and foundations that sustain programs every year.

First place in the derby is $2,000, and second place is $1,000.

The mission of the Schoodic Lake Charity Bass Tournament aims to help promote Maine businesses while raising funds to support Maine charitable organizations that include outdoor recreation. For more information, please see the event Facebook page at

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