Rotary Lobster Fest a huge snapping success

The Grand Forks Rotary Club held Lobster Fest at the Christina Lake Hall Saturday night.

Fresh East Coast lobster was a big hit Saturday night at the Grand Forks' Rotary Clubs' Lobster Fest.

The Grand Forks Rotary Club held Lobster Fest at the Christina Lake Hall Saturday night. You can excuse people if they though the club had been doing it for years. Despite this being the first one, everything went off without a hitch as more than 200 people got tasty lobster fresh from the East Coast as well and corn on the cob, salads, delectable desserts and more.

Along with the lobster dinner, people got to take in a silent auction and there was also a killer performance by local band Mad Dog 20/20.

All the money raised from the event is going towards the Spray Park project for City Park in Grand Forks.

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