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By Diane Wantz

Fly fishing heals.
That’s the message Northeast Ohio Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing (PHWFF) participants and volunteers will share with attendees the weekend of March 13 th -15 th 2020 at the Summit Racing Equipment I-X Piston Powered Auto-Rama.

The Willoughby, Ohio PHWFF Program received an invitation to have a presence in the event’s DMZ (Designated Military Zone), so all five Northeast Ohio PHWFF Programs will hopefully add new participants and volunteers to their program rosters.


What: The Summit Racing Equipment 1-X Piston Powered Auto-Rama
Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing Programs will be in the event’s Designated Military Zone (DMZ)

When: March 13 – 15, 2020

Where: I-X Center
1 I-X Center Drive
Cleveland, OH 44135

Check out show details at www.pistonpowershow.com

You can find the Willoughby, OH Program of PHWFF on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/phwffwilloughby


Tony Menendez, a PHWFF volunteer, took the lead on this Community Outreach project. Tony collaborated with Steve Legerski, Jack Forester and Diane Wantz, I-X Center representative, Coordinator of Military Groups and Willoughby Program Lead, respectively.

The goal to increase awareness of Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing within the military community will be reached through teamwork, a passion for fly fishing and the desire to serve those that sacrificed for us.