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Project Healing Waters

Published by Dave Kile [davekile] on 2009/12/11 (1642 reads)




During the holiday season I like to take time and reflect on some of the exceptional things I learned about during the year. Project Healing Waters has been one of those special organizations that really stands out. As many of you know Project Healing Waters is a wonderful organization dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of disabled active military service personnel and veterans through fly fishing and fly tying education and outings.

Ed Nicholson, President of Healing Waters, as well as hundreds of others have taken time to work with disabled military personal to support and share with them the wonderful sport of fly fishing.

Pennsylvania has led the way in the Mid-Atlantic states with programs from the Hokendaqua Chapter of TU (Allentown), the Stanley Cooper Sr. Chapter of TU (Wilkes-Barre), and the Doc Fritchery Chapter of TU (Harrisburg) to name a few. To find more about this incredible program, or to make a donation, check out the PHW Web Site at:
Project Healing Waters

As through out all of the year, but especially during the holiday, lets all please take time and recognize the great work being done for some very special people.
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RLeep2
Posted: 2009/12/11 11:01  Updated: 2009/12/11 11:01
Joined: 2009/10/15
From: Dispositionally, one mile south of Lake LeBoeuf
Posts: 530
 Re: Project Healing Waters
Very nice video. Very worthy cause. I don't want to be the Grinch, but is there a way to stop it from auto-playing when I first enter the site? Or is that something I have to change in my browser?
That part gets a little annoying.. Or maybe I'm just getting old...:)

Thanks.
salmo
Posted: 2009/12/11 11:29  Updated: 2009/12/11 11:29
Joined: 2009/4/24
From: South Jersey
Posts: 584
 Re: Project Healing Waters
The fact is we cannot do enough for our veterans, from those that served in WWII to the brave men and women who served in the Middle East. God bless them all. My personal thanks for what they did for their country, my family and me.

Salmo
wetnet
Posted: 2009/12/27 17:36  Updated: 2009/12/27 17:36
Joined: 2008/3/20
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Posts: 1789
 Re: Project Healing Waters
This is absolutely a wonderful way to say thanks. Was wondering if someone had loads of fly tying and fishing magazines if they could be of use. Also fly tying supplies, lines etc, Where could they be sent?



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