304 SPORTS SCORES
  • South Harrison 35Doddridge County 7Final[ view all ]
  • Bellaire Saint John's-OH 26Notre Dame 14Final[ view all ]
  • Preston 30Hampshire 20Final[ view all ]
  • Calhoun County 13Gilmer County 0Final[ view all ]
  • Morgantown 50Anacostia-DC 30Final[ view all ]
  • Lincoln 33Braxton County 6Final[ view all ]
  • Clay-Battelle 46Valley Fayette 25Final[ view all ]
  • Oak Hill 31Lewis County 21Final[ view all ]
  • Pocahontas County 52Tucker County 16Final[ view all ]
  • Pendleton County 39Tygarts Valley 15Final[ view all ]
  • Saint Marys 55Ritchie County 8Final[ view all ]
  • Fairmont Senior 24Robert C. Byrd 13Final[ view all ]
  • Grafton 21Philip Barbour 14Final[ view all ]
  • Williamstown 38Tyler Consolidated 21Final[ view all ]
  • Elkins 17North Marion 14Final[ view all ]
  • East Fairmont 17Liberty 0Final[ view all ]
  • John Marshall 22University 11Final[ view all ]
  • Bridgeport 50Buckhannon-Upshur 13Final[ view all ]
  • Valley Wetzel 0Bridgeport-OH 0Sat.[ view all ]
NOW PLAYING: THE 5TH QUARTER 11:00 PM - 11:35 PMWATCH NOW!
National News | Closings | Funerals | HighScore | Monday's Most Wanted | Local Jobs | TV Listings | Lottery | Bio's | Mix 104 Radio | More ›
 
 
 
 
 
Hooked on Fishing Not on Drugs
Written by Your 5News Team
Last updated on March 26, 2012 @ 4:58PM
Created on March 24, 2012 @ 8:23PM
The weather wasn't ideal for an outdoor event but that didn't keep people away from the annual Hooked on Fishing Not on Drugs Expo. 
 
Saturday and Sunday, Elkins High School hosted this event for the 18th year. Organizers say it's become a spring tradition and gives local families a chance to get involved in outdoor activities and keep their kids away from drugs. Saturday, the high school was packed as people took part in hands on activities and listened to music. 
 
"The whole communities involved. Most everybody's bringing their family so it's real family oriented and so forth," said Tom Oldham, committee member.
 
"Everybody involved in it really puts their heart and soul into making this a real good event for the children," said Danny Chenoweth, Izaak Walton League.
 
If you missed out on Saturday, you're in luck! The event continues Sunday from noon until five at Elkins High School.

Share
5 News Most Popular
WDTV on Facebook
WDTV on Twitter
WDTV on YouTube
Contact WDTV
WDTV RSS Feeds
WDTV SMS
WDTV Mobile App