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0802d38d-d90e-4bec-932c-6ba4783ed48bProject Healing Waters Fly Fishing, Inc. Founder and President Ed Nicholson will participate in a panel discussion on Tuesday, April 28, 2015 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m at The Heritage Foundation’s Lehrman Auditorium.

Serving Veterans and the Families:
The Vital Role in Civil Society of Veterans Service Organizations

Featuring Keynote Address by 
The Honorable Ryan Zinke (R-MT) 
United States House of Representatives, and
Retired Navy SEAL Commander, and Team Leader, SEAL Team Six

Followed by a panel with 
Vice Admiral Joe McGuire, USN (SEAL)(Ret.) 
President and CEO, Special Operations Warrior Foundation, and
Former Commander, Naval Special Warfare Command

Fred Schremp 
President, Folded Flag Foundation

Ed Nicholson 
Founder and President, Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing

Hosted by 
Cully Stimson 
Manager, National Security Law Program and Senior Legal Fellow,
The Heritage Foundation

Today‚Äôs all-volunteer military has served with distinction and honor. At war for over a decade, our fighting men and women in the U.S. Armed Forces make us proud. Some have paid the ultimate sacrifice, and scores of others have been wounded, both physically and psychologically. Those wounded personnel are entitled to superior government medical care and dignified service from the Veteran‚Äôs Administration. But wounded vets don‚Äôt want our pity or a handout—they fought for the blessings of this country to preserve life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for their fellow soldiers, their families, and their countrymen. As conservatives, we know that liberty depends on the ‚Äúlittle platoons of society‚ÄĚ as Edmund Burke said. Since 9/11, a unique brand of voluntary association has arisen—veteran service organizations. These non-profit little platoons of society help veterans or their family members in myriad of ways, from taking wounded veterans fly fishing, to college scholarships for surviving children, to counseling services and more. Join us as we highlight the work of three outstanding non-profit veterans services organizations, told through the eyes of those who run these little platoons of civil society.

Tuesday, April 28, 2015 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. 

The Heritage Foundation’s Lehrman Auditorium