Virginia Division Cancels AFT 2019 Season Opener
Due to several factors associated with Hurricane Michael, Virginia director Gary Conner has canceled the Kerr Lake event scheduled for 13 October. Kerr Lake is still 2 feet above normal pool because of Hurricane Floyd, and the immediate area around the lake will receive 4 to 7 inches of rain on Thursday and residual additional amounts Friday morning. Coastal and river flooding is expected as well as possible widespread power outages as the storm passes through as a tropical storm. This event will not be made up, and entries already received for this event will be placed in hold status. Registered members need to contact member services at 256-232-0406 to apply their entry fee to a later event.
The next event for the Virginia division will be Sunday, November 11 on the Chickahominy and James Rivers.
For more information about this Division and future events visit http://www.drawtrail.com/2018DivPage.php?Division=13
or contact the local Director for Virginia Division 13 Gary Conner at 757-293-8651
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