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Hook, Line, and Fun: Mayor Dodd’s Fishing Derby Excites Dover Youth

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DOVER — Mayor Dodd’s Annual Fishing Derby made a triumphant return, drawing crowds of enthusiastic young anglers and families alike to Hurd Park on Saturday, May 4th. The event, eagerly anticipated by Dover children, showcased the community’s love for fishing and outdoor recreation. Mayor Dodd’s dedication to fostering such cherished traditions was evident in the planning and execution of this year’s derby.

Dover Dazzles with Mayor Dodd’s Annual Fishing Derby

The atmosphere was electric as participants shared stories, traded tips, and cheered each other on in the friendly competition. Mayor Dodd, a passionate advocate for community engagement, was on hand to welcome attendees and join in the festivities. His presence underscored the importance of preserving such time-honored events that bring neighbors together and strengthen the fabric of the city.

Beaming with Pride: Local Angler at Mayor Dodd’s Fishing Derby!”

“I’ve been looking forward to joining this derby with my kids for years, and today was everything I hoped for. What an incredible day and an amazing turnout! A huge thanks to everyone who helped make it happen. See you next year,” said Councilman AB Santana.

The success of Mayor Dodd’s Annual Fishing Derby was a testament to the enduring spirit of camaraderie and outdoor adventure that defines Dover.

As families packed up their gear and bid farewell to another memorable day on the water, anticipation already began to build for next year’s event.

Mayor Dodd’s commitment to preserving this cherished tradition ensures that the legacy of the Fishing Derby will continue to flourish for generations to come.

Councilman Sergio Rodriguez stated “I want to thank our Mayor James Dodd for bringing back our town’s beloved Mayor’s Fishing Derby. A timeless American tradition we’re excited to keep alive for years to come.”

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Mayor Dodd’s Fishing Derby Makes a Splash: Drawing Crowds and Capturing Hearts at Hurd Park. The triumph of Mayor Dodd’s Annual Fishing Derby echoed the enduring camaraderie and love for outdoor pursuits that epitomize Dover.

Amidst the excitement of measuring catches and crowning the day’s winner, families bid farewell to yet another unforgettable day on the water, already brimming with anticipation for next year’s event. Mayor Dodd’s steadfast commitment to preserving this cherished tradition ensures its enduring legacy, promising generations of joy and camaraderie to come.
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Frank Cahill
Frank Cahillhttps://www.frankcahill.com
Publisher of Parsippany Focus since 1989 and Morris Focus since January 1, 2019, both covering a wide range of events. Mr. Cahill serves as the Executive Board Member of the Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce, President Kiwanis Club of Tri-Town, and Chairman of the Parsippany-Troy Hills Economic Development Advisory Board. Owner of the Morris now app serving small business in Morris County.
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