Ruttger's to host Brainerd Ski Loons

Brainerd Ski Loons

DEERWOOD -- Jumps, pyramids and other water-skiing acrobatics will return to Ruttger’s Bay Lake Lodge when the resort hosts the Brainerd Ski Loons Water Ski Show Team at 7:30 p.m. July 9.

The water ski show will take place in front of the resort and can be viewed from shore. It is free and open to everyone.

The show is a throwback to days gone by at Ruttger’s where water ski shows were a big part of the resort experience through the 1970s, a news release stated. The resort staff -- led by current Ruttger’s CEO Jack Ruttger, Sandy Ruttger, Julie Ruttger, Fred Bobich and others -- put on a weekly show for resort guests.

“We are thrilled to be able to bring back this beloved tradition,” Jack Ruttger stated. “It’s especially nice to be able to support such a fabulous group of young men and women as the Brainerd Ski Loons. It’s going to be a great show.”

The Ski Loons are a nonprofit educational organization made up of area youth. The goal of the organization is to provide opportunities for personal development, teamwork, and community involvement through water sports, as well as instructing team members in the disciplines of show skiing while building character, confidence and self-esteem.


To learn more about the Brainerd Ski Loons Water Ski Show Team, go to .

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