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Volunteer Recreational Boaters Needed

Needed: Volunteer Recreational Boaters to provide on the water opportunities for our Challenged Veterans and their families at the Wavus August Veterans Camps.  Sign up for a couple hours on one of the following dates and you will pleasantly discover the real opportunity is yours!

Who: Veterans No Boundaries – A wonderful program of Maine Adaptive, Wavus Veterans Family Camp, August 21 – 25.

What: Bring your boat or pontoon and help us get our Vets and their Families out on the water for a couple hours of fishing or just an enjoyable trip on the lake.

When: August 18, 19, 20, 22, 23, 24.

Where: Camp Wavus on beautiful Damariscotta Lake, Jefferson. (Google: Camp Wavus, Jefferson, Maine)

Why: To provide the opportunity for our “Challenged” Vets and their families to get out on the water and share our passion and the enjoyment that accompanies recreational boating and fishing.

For more info or to volunteer, contact Tim Hoffmann RN LTC (USARet), Founder and Volunteer: Vets on the Water, at 207-542-3590.

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