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Casting for Recovery, the breast cancer charity that uses Fly Fishing to help with both the emotional and physical recovery has been featured in the New York Times - Giving section.

Casting for Recovery was profiled in the New York Times' special "Giving" (Philanthropy) section, one of only about six national nonprofit organizations extraordinarily lucky enough to be selected by the New York Times' editors to be profiled in their annual publication.

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Comments (4 posted):

mcnerney on 12/11/2010 15:44:51
Paul: Thanks for sharing a great success story "Casting for Recovery", what a wonderful program. Larry
fredaevans on 13/11/2010 19:09:18
Indeed it is! Have extra gear gathering 'dust' in your garage? See if you can contact your local organization and ask if they can use same. fae
Editor on 15/11/2010 10:42:47
"Member of the Rogue River rat pack" - Love it Fred! LOL
fredaevans on 15/11/2010 20:25:12
We (collectively) 'Old Farts' here on the upper Rogue 'Rule;' well no one fools with us. A good thing, I think. :D Fred
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