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May 29 2012
It Wouldn't Be Crab Fest Without Bruin Burgers PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 29 May 2012

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Kodiak Sno-Bruins' secretary Eric Schneider in the Bruin Burger booth at Crab Fest. Jennifer Canfield photo

 

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            The Bruin Burger is a Crab Fest staple. The winter sports non-profit organization, Kodiak Sno-Bruins, sold over 5,400 of the deep fried, hamburger-filled pockets. Volunteers started making them over two weeks ago. If you were able to enjoy a Bruin Burger at Crab Fest before they sold out on Sunday, then you likely waited in line with 30 to 50 other people. KMXT's Jennifer Canfield visited the bruin-burger-revealed.jpgBruin Burger hut at Crab Fest a day too late to sample one, but did bring back this interview with Sno-Bruins secretary Eric Schneider.

            Schneider contributes this year's success to help from the Kodiak Football League and the Kodiak High School's dance team, culinary arts program, and members of the student club Health Occupation Students of America.

 
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