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Volunteers Needed toHelp on Saturday, July 20th

 
Put this day on your Calendar to come out and help those with handicaps & disabilities learn how to fish.
We will meet at Heritage Park in Peachland on Saturday, July 20th at 9:30 am to set-up and get ready with the fishing program running from 11:00 am until 2:00 pm.
If you know for sure you can come and help please contact Al Springer at aspringer@telus.net

 
Fishing Forever came into existence in 1989. The idea came from a broadcast journalist named Walt Liimatainen. The basic idea was to create a venue through which people with disabilities could learn to, or continue to, fish and enjoy the outdoors. Fishing Forever wants all of the B.C. clubs to recognize that there are people in their community that could benefit greatly from a day out fishing, if they could only get there… And help make that happen.
 
Fishing Forever also wants to help spread the message, within the community of people with disabilities, that you can still get out and enjoy the natural offerings around you. Though it may require some help you didn’t need before, it can be done if you want it and are willing to try. Life is to be enjoyed, not just endured.
 
So come on out and enjoy a great time fishing with the Peachland Sportsmen’s Association. We’ll have lots of volunteers to help get you fishing with plenty of expert instruction. All bait and tackle will be supplied free and there will also be a tasty BBQ as well. Just Do It!
 

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