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Blomkest fish fry

Eric Bjonfald, left, and Dan Brink fry up fish and fries with other volunteers in a makeshift tent adjacent to the fire hall at the evening session of the annual Blomkest Fire Department Fish Fry Fundraiser Saturday. Seven-hundred pounds of Alask...

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Eric Bjonfald, left, and Dan Brink fry up fish and fries with other volunteers in a makeshift tent adjacent to the fire hall at the evening session of the annual Blomkest Fire Department Fish Fry Fundraiser Saturday. (TRIBUNE/Rand Middleton)

Eric Bjonfald, left, and Dan Brink fry up fish and fries with other volunteers in a makeshift tent adjacent to the fire hall at the evening session of the annual Blomkest Fire Department Fish Fry Fundraiser Saturday. Seven-hundred pounds of Alaska pollock were brought and soaked in beer batter to serve over 300 guests. Any remaining fillets were sold in bulk. The Blomkest firefighters took over the fish fry from the Blomkest Sportsmenโ€™s Club two years ago, continuing a more than half-century-old tradition.

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