The Wildlife Women’s Float ‘Em If Ya Got ‘EM river adventure makes its way down the the Tug Fork River this past Saturday. This is the second year the organization hosted the river float and hopes to make it an annual event. According to Cassie Diamond, chapter leader for Mingo, Logan, Wayne and Pike counties, 19 people took part in this year’s event. The float launched in South Williamson and ended in Chattaroy, West Virginia, with the tour lasting about three hours. Participants came from as far away as Barboursville, Morehead and Hazard. The composition of this year’s float was entirely made up of people using kayaks. This differed from last year when a number of participants used a wide variety of kayaks, river tubes and even pool floats.

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