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2020 St. Lawrence International Jr. Carp Tourney Cancelled

The 18th Annual St. Lawrence International Junior Carp Tournament has been canceled for 2020.

The organizers posted the following announcement on the tournament's facebook page.

"We are so very sorry and sad to announce that our Jr. Carp tournament for this year is being canceled, and we’ll look forward to its return in 2021! After looking at the state restrictions for large gatherings and events, and the inability to predict changes to them over the next couple months, we felt it was the best decision. The health and safety of all the participants, families and volunteers is our top priority. Please know this decision did not come easy, and is disappointing, especially for those who would be participating for their final time due to age restrictions. Therefore, the organizers agreed to make a one time exception to allow those few to register for next year’s event. This was very important to us.

According to our records, based on this year’s tournament dates, those kids are:

Jaron Belmore, Nicholas Burns, Jacob Dufore, PJ Payne, Kate Rushlo and Caiden Woodrow

We looked at this very quickly, so if we calculated wrong or if we missed anyone, please call Jo Ann.

Again, we are so sorry. Please contact one of us if you have any questions.

Organizers: Jo Ann Roberts, (315) 244-1909, Bob Giordano , (315) 323-4632, Abby McNamara, (315) 244-8509, Iain Sorrell, CAG President,Jerome Moisand, CAG"

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