Beaver Creek Closed: Saturday June 17th – PHWFF
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Beaver Creek Closed: Saturday June 17th – PHWFF

2017 BEAVER CREEK MASS TU/PHWFF TOURNAMENT We are proud and excited to hold a well deserved fishing event for our local Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing participants. Teams from local organizations and land owners have been planning and putting forth much appreciated time and resources to make this happen. Participants will be guided by local anglers, fed … Continue reading

Beaver Creek Hosts Veterans
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Beaver Creek Hosts Veterans

      Recently the MassTU sponsored PHW Shenandoah Valley Chapter hooked up with the James Madison Fly Fishers group for a Sunday fun day of camaraderie and casting.  ============================== Vets, guides and friends gathered on  a glorious, but slightly chilly, early fall  Sunday morning at Beaver Creek near Harrisonburg, VA to chase trout (plus … Continue reading

Project Healing Waters: First Quater-Year Report 2015
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Project Healing Waters: First Quater-Year Report 2015

Considerable progress has been made during the quarter to help the disabled veterans with their recovery. Caring and dedicated volunteers have freely given just under 1400 hours in support of the warriors. Likewise, individuals and organizations have funded 16 tying classes, 3 casting sessions, and 14 fishing outings. The Chapter’s PHW program has flourished both … Continue reading

PHWFF: South River Outting
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PHWFF: South River Outting

Ten disabled participants in the Harrisonburg/Staunton Project Healing Waters Program attended the South River Fly-fishing outing. Tommy Lawhorne and Kevin Little (owners of the South River Fly Shop) funded the event. The store also provided professional guides to coach those learning to hook and catch trout. The crowd met at the South River Fly Shop … Continue reading

Project Healing Waters: Mid-Year Report
Project Healing Waters

Project Healing Waters: Mid-Year Report

During the last few months, the Massanutten Chapter’s Project Healing Waters Program has made steady progress. Over 28 Shenandoah Valley disabled veterans began to put their physical and emotional lives on a more positive footing. In two cases, the vets have started to rebuild their family and marriage relationships. The Chapter’s Program has blossomed thanks … Continue reading