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Operation Float A Soldier
Dec 072015
 

Operation Float a Soldier is taking some of our Wounded Warriors hunting!

Dee Dee Scutt will be the primary POC for volunteer registration and Wounded Warrior registration:

DD@floatasoldier.org

If you have any questions about the hunts please contact Seth Warnick, Co-founder Executive Director, or Wes Garnett Co-founder Executive Director.

Seth@floatasoldier.org
Wes@floatasoldier.org

Operation Float a Soldier is hosting 2 Hunting events coming up on the following dates:

December 11th – 13th 2015 – Facebook Event Link

January 15th – 17th 2015 – Facebook Event Link

Check out a few pictures from our last hunting event: 

From OFAS Hunt Picture, posted by Operation Float A Soldier (OFAS) on 12/07/2014 (9 items)



 

 

Jun 292015
 

Flooded_Lake

It is most unfortunate that we have to cancel our first event of the summer season. The lake conditions are preventing us from “opening day”, but reset assured, we are working on alternate solutions/locations for June, and plan to have our July event at our usual location, Lord willing. The lake is currently at 926msl and it needs to be at 915 in order for the road to the marina to become passable. Currently, the road to get to the OFAS location is under water as you can see from the picture. The Army Corp of Engineers is currently letting water out of the dam to help bring the lake level down. At the rate they are letting out water, and if we do not get any more rain, the level should be at 915 or lower in 2-3 weeks. But the road will need to dry out, and all the underlying road base to prevent damage, so that will take a couple more weeks as well. We think everything will be ready to go for our July 25th event. But…..we are going to double up our events in August to make up for the cancelled June event, so don’t despair! stay tuned for updates.

Oct 032014
 


From Timeline Photos, posted by Operation Float A Soldier (OFAS) on 9/27/2011 (365 items)

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