Written by Linc Bedrosian
A feeding frenzy is expected at Jan. 26 at Manatee Pocket during the seventh annual Port Salerno Seafood Festival.
Organized by the Port Salerno Commercial Fishing Dock Authority, the festival offers the community a chance to experience the hospitality and hard work of the local fishing industry.
"We want to keep commercial fishing alive in Port Salerno," said Edward Olsen Jr., dock authority president.
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