The 9th Annual 2-Fly Tournament at beautiful Rose River Farms to support Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing is being held April 25 & 26, 2015. The fun kicks off with dinner under the stars Saturday night and Sunday sees fly fishing tournament action with PHWFF participants from around the country compete, guided by industry professionals. Joining us for the weekend are numerous special guests and we're very pleased to announce that renowned angler, Ed Jaworowski, will be among them!
Share your 2-Fly experience and follow all the action this weekend with us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter via the hashtag: #PHWFF2Fly. We will be covering the entire weekend live online -- offering you a great opportunity to share your support and take part in this great annual event benefiting the veterans served by our 180 Programs nationwide.
The online portion of 9th Annual 2-Fly Tournament Auction is now open. The online auction will run from April 16 to April 23, 2015, with the live Silent Auction event taking place at the 2-Fly Tournament Dinner on April 25.
Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing participants from around the country will compete, guided by industry professionals, in the 9th Annual 2-Fly Tournament on April 26, 2015 at Rose River Farm. It is our pleasure to introduce them to you.
Three participants from our Program will share their inspiring stories of healing and the impact Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing has had on their recovery and transition to those in attendance at the Saturday night dinner of our 9th Annual 2-Fly Tournament. It is our honor to introduce them to you.
Last weekend at the 2015 Virginia Fly Fishing & Wine Festival Foundation Dinner, Project Healing Waters - Fort Belvoir Program Lead, Bob Gartner, and Project Healing Waters - Quantico Program Lead, Marty Laksbergs, were honored as Co-Recipients of the Virginia Fly Angler of the Year Award.
On Friday, April 10th, our organization was highlighted by the Facebook for Business page. The post featured a short quote from our Director of Communications, Dan Morgan, about the origins of our cause and was coupled with an image taken by Grant Taylor at the 2014 PHWFF Salmon River Event of Dan Morgan, 1SG Ira Strouse, US Army (ret), and Volunteer and Vietnam Veteran, Jim Kelso.
Join us in welcoming George Draper as the new Regional Coordinator for our New England Region!
Please join us in welcoming Tiffany Burch to our team at Headquarters. Tiffany began on Monday April, 6th in a full time capacity as Accounting Assistant. We are excited to have Tiffany on board and hope you will join us in welcoming her to the Project Healing Waters family.
This is the third outing to this bonefish destination with a group of veterans. This year the trip was supported both by national and by the Helena chapter. It was hosted by Randy Dix (Helena PL) and Bill Long. The trip participants hail from Colorado (Jordan Cable), Kansas (David Lavalley) and the District of Columbia (Bryan Curtis and Mike Rodriguez).
Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, Inc. is dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of disabled active military service personnel and disabled veterans through fly fishing and associated activities including education and outings.
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