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August 5, 2012 at 10:15 AM

Washington Waterfowl Association State Duck Calling Championship on Aug. 25

Calling all duck callers.

The Washington Waterfowl Association in the Yakima Valley is hosting the Washington State Duck Calling Championship 7 a.m. Aug. 25 at at Columbia Park in Kennewick.

The calling event will consist of these categories:

2012 Washington state Duck Calling Championship (winner will qualify for the 2012 World Duck Calling Championship to be held Thanksgiving weekend at Stuggart, Arkansas. This event is only open to Washington state residents); Open Duck Calling Contest (open to all callers); Junior Duck Calling contest (open to ages 11-17); Pee-Wee Duck (open to all children under the age of 11); Two-Man Duck (open to all ages); Junior Goose (open to ages 11-17); Washington State Goose ( open to Washington state residents only); Open Goose Contest (open to all callers); and Two-Man Goose Contest (open to all callers).

For more information, call Abel A. Cortina at 509-786-9196.

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