Pond party raises money for Junior Competitive Curlers of Duluth

Updated: February 20, 2021 08:09 PM
Created: February 20, 2021 06:15 PM

A pond party was held at Amity Creek Saturday to help raise money for the Junior Competitive Curlers of Duluth.

The party featured food, drinks, games—and of course, lots of curling.

“There’s only a certain amount of Junior Curlers that come out of the Duluth Curling Club for the national competition,” Jeremy Zeman, curler said. “We're hoping to help send money with those curlers for their team funds, team fees as well as, helping families with traveling.”

The owners of Amity Creek Meadow, Justin and Tara Aleshire hope to host more events like this for the community.

“Our big drive in our hearts is getting the community together and sharing our property,” Tara Aleshire said. “This is a perfect testament to the fact that when you have an open field area, you can still be healthy and safe and offer a really good socially distant awesome time for the community.”

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