Area nonprofit proves fishing has no boundaries
The St. Croix Valley Chapter of Fishing Has No Boundaries knows the very well the healing powers of fishing. At this year’s annual event, which launched from Lakefront Park, more than 100 people including volunteers and participants with a variety of disabilities spent two days fishing on the scenic St. Croix River.
Along with fishing, the event includes “food, fun and camaraderie” for participants and volunteers alike according to the nonprofit organization. The goal of the event is to provide a safe and positive experience for all of the participants. More than 100 participants and volunteers made this year’s Fishing Has No Boundaries event another success. Included were Pictured are, front from left, Karyl Ruhde, Jennifer Ruhde; seated, Bobby Lescarbeau, Shawn Anderson, Bob Anfang, Tony Geving, Kahley Duffy, Becky Weber, Jordan Adam, Nate Helmberger, Mary Conners, Heidi Overman, Danielle Mullaney; standing: John Densow, Tim Blaisdel, Fred Harwell, Hunter Anderson, Jerrie Mead, David Koch, Deb Harwell, Neil Fredrick, Larry Suennen, Bill Annala, Matt Jensen, Jason Wasson, Mike Lindley, Tom Hackworthy, Christy Overman, Brian Leritz, Jeff Heinen, Chad Oye, Elliot Oye, Bob Weber, Chad Woolford, Jeremy Jensen and Aaron Ruhde.The 2014 event is already in the planning stages as are fundraisers to support the event. For more information, go to www.fhnbinc.org/chapters/st-croix-valley-wi/, like them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/FHNBSCV or email email@example.com.