Point Sebago Hosts Bass Fishing Tournament for Paralyzed Veterans

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Point Sebago and the American Legion Post #155 team up to host the First Annual New England Paralyzed Veterans of America Bass Tournament on Sebago Lake.

Point Sebago (http://www.pointsebago.com) in Casco, ME is working with the American Legion Post #155 to host the First Annual New England Paralyzed Veterans of America Bass Tournament on May 21, 2011. In addition to hosting the event, Point Sebago will be donating a barbecue lunch for tournament participants. This lunch, in combination with the breakfast being donated by the American Legion Post #155, will leave the veterans and event volunteers well-fed before and after the tournament.

Having hosted dozens of fishing tournaments, Point Sebago has proven to be an ideal location for such events. With on-site boat launches, powered boat slips, and access to 35 square miles of crystal-clear Sebago Lake water, Point Sebago knows a thing or two about fishing tournaments.

This one-day tournament is a part of the NEPVA Bass Trail which consists of multiple one-day tournaments throughout New England. NEPVA is the New England chapter of the national Paralyzed Veterans of America, a group founded in 1946 to promote medical research for and generally improve the lives of paralyzed veterans.

Point Sebago has a history of being a favorite vacation destination for service men (and women) and their families and offers a discount of 15% to any active or retired military personnel.


Point Sebago is a 775-acre family resort on the northern shores of Sebago Lake in Casco, Maine. Featuring a wide variety of resort-quality amenities and programming including an 18-hole championship golf course, one mile of sandy beach, an outdoor sports center (tennis courts, volleyball courts, shuffleboard courts, basketball courts, and horseshoe pits), an on-site restaurant, and nationally-recognized activities and entertainment programs, Point Sebago is truly a first-class outdoor resort.


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