“Cops and Bobbers” event announces minor change

Trenton Police Lieutenant Rex Ross has announced one change in the annual “Cops and Bobbers” fishing activities June 4th at North Central Missouri College’s Barton Farm campus.

Ronald McDonald is to arrive at 10 o’clock to meet children. That’s one hour earlier than originally announced. His appearance is sponsored by area McDonalds restaurants.

The fourth annual cops and kids fishing event is the morning of June 4th from 9 until noon, sponsored by the Trenton Police Department, North Central Missouri College Barton Farm campus, the Missouri Department of Conservation, and the National Wild Turkey Federation.

The event is free for youth, who’ll also be eligible for prizes. The National Wild Turkey Federation is providing a lunch.

Children ages under age eleven must be accompanied by an adult. Youths 16 and older must have a Missouri fishing permit.

Randall Mann


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