Are you interested in helping boost the Port Clinton Area’s off-season tourism, grow your professional network or just hang out with a fun group of Lake Erie Lovers? The Walleye Drop Committee needs your support.
Join the Walleye Drop Committee at its next meeting at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, March 16 at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 109 E. Perry St., Port Clinton, to be a part of the event.
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The Walleye Drop was created in 1997 to host a wonderful New Year’s Eve celebration in Downtown Port Clinton. Now, 25 years later, it is looking forward to entertaining thousands more seeking to bring in the New Year in a unique way.
With so much to offer party goers, the committee needs some fresh faces to help make this year’s Walleye Drop the largest New Year’s Eve event in the region for years to come. The Walleye Drop is organized and run by a small group of area volunteers. All donations and sponsorships are used to maintain Wylie, fund event operations, and provide donations for area nonprofit organizations.
Wylie Walleye is a regionally recognized mascot for the Walleye Capital of the World. The Walleye Drop brings attention to Port Clinton and other events across the western basin of Lake Erie.
For the 25th anniversary of the Walleye Drop, the committee is already planning this year’s in-person event, continue LIVE streaming, and providing “bar swim” buses that tie the event to area party centers. This year’s goal is to entice more families to enjoy the amenities and festivities available throughout the area and have something for everyone.
The current team of volunteers is busy meeting monthly to get a head start on planning to ring in 2022. Consider joining this great team of volunteers and help make the 25th annual Walleye Drop bigger and better than ever.