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Instead of hosting an ice fishing tournament for the public, JP4 Foundation intern Cory Glieden, decided to hold an ice fishing tournament for himself, and we are glad he did! Glieden set out with a goal to raise $5,000 to run community service events for The JP4 Foundation during 2019.

“It was important for me that The JP4 Foundation had a fund to set up service projects and other events.” Glieden continued, “I have seen in my own life the tremendous amount of value giving back has given me.”

Glieden made it all 24 hours and even streamed the Ice Fishing Extravaganze live via Periscope. At the end of the day, Glieden landed 116 fish and over $5,000 is pledges and straight donations.

For a closer look into the 24-Hour Ice Fishing Extravaganze, check out “Gone fishin’ for a Good Cause” by Al Lohman of Sun Patriot Newspaper.