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Likely May Day celebration planned

The community of Likely is hosting its annual May Day Parade and Quesnel Lake fishing derby this May long weekend.

The parade kicks off at 10 a.m. Saturday down main street, and the fishing derby gets underway right after the parade.

Valley General Store is organizing the fishing derby, which will see anglers competing for the biggest Lake trout caught during the weekend from Saturday until Monday afternoon.

Entry forms for the derby are available at the store, with a weigh in station open daily at Cedar Point Park.

The grand prize for the biggest fish is $1,000.

 

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