Outdoorsmen of America - Northeast Texas Outdoors Chapter
Fishing derby for special children
Saturday April 13, 2013---------- 9:00 AMó12:00 Noon
Gatlin Farm, Longview, Texas
The Goal of COA is to encourage the development of honesty,
good fellowship, self-discipline, teamwork and self-assurance for all participants.
COA is a non-profit organization established to provide persons with disabilities
and youth the opportunity to experience the outdoors without limitations. Open
to all Special persons and youth at no charge.
This event is for special children ages 4 to 16.
Transportation to and from event is responsibility of parent/guardian and each
child must be attended by parent/guardian.
Information: To participate
in this event this registration/release/map document must be downloaded, printed
and mailed to COA-NETO prior to fishing derby.
carefully follow all instructions on document. If you are unable to download and
print call (903)746-3044 and request a copy be mailed to you.
to download EVENT FLYER
information and to register for future events call Darren Turner at (903) 746-3044,
Michael Jarvis (903) 897-2813 or email
firstname.lastname@example.org. Fishing gear will be provided. Lunch will be provided.
No Fishing license required
you wish to volunteer to help with this Derby, please contact Us at (903) 746-3044
information about COA-NETO click here www.coa-neto.com
Outdoorsmen of America is a non-profit organization that organizes and hosts events
for challenged individuals to enjoy God's great outdoors through the pursuit of
whitetail deer and fishing. COA works with the US Army Corps of Engineers on Corps
land to provide hunts for challenged individuals and also introduces youth to
hunting and fishing through their youth events. To find out more about Challenged
Outdoorsmen of America and/or to volunteer of your time or suggest a hunter/fisherperson;
click on this link -- CHALLENGED OUTDOORSMEN
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