Also attached is a shot of a real airplane on display a WWI Army Steerman bi-wing - imagine a ride in an open cockpit with a 100 mph wind in your face.
PHWFF Program Lead
Project Healing Waters
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.
PHWFF Monthly Sessions are held the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each Month
The Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing Mountain Bridge Trout Unlimited program in the upstate conducts two sessions per month in addition to outings and special events. Our group ranges in experience from never fished to fished all my life. These sessions teach Fly Fishing 101, fly casting, fly tying, fly rod building and other activities. The only qualification to join us is to be a veteran or to be active duty serviceman with a service connected disability.
Chuck Rouse, Program Lead for the Upstate, for more information at email@example.com
Check our our Events Page/Calendar for Project Healing Waters Upcoming Events!
Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing participated in the Armed Forces Day Program at the Greenville Downtown Airport on Saturday May 20th. This is a program honoring all the armed forces of our country with the participation of a number of military units and equipment, it also honors all those who have served their country. The program provided an opportunity for expanding the awareness of our veterans program and meeting one on one with veterans and active duty military. We linked with the American Legion Post 3 to widen our coverage. The day was very beneficial to the PHWFF Program and to the TU. The attached picture shows a few of our volunteers, Gary Davis, Bob Bishop, and Tom Theus.