Walking on Water event cancelled

Volunteers and donors provide an opportunity for armed forces veterans and service people to go ice-fishing at the Walking On Water Outdoors event, held the third Saturday in February. Due to unsafe ice, this year's event is cancelled. (Enterprise file photo)

Walking on Water Outdoors founder Tim Schmid announced today that the ice-fishing event for veterans, originally set for Feb. 15, has been cancelled.

"With a heavy heart and the utmost concern for all involved, we are going to cancel the veterans' event this year. We will be back on for the third Saturday in February 2021," he said.

This year would have been the fifth annual event.

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