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Family Fishing Day Honors Passed Loved Ones

Story By: Brigitte Coles



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  Original Published: 5/6/2013HomeCare Matters Home Health and Hospice and the Ohio Department of Natural Resources  joined together to present the Annual “Remember When-Family Fishing Day”, over the weekend at  Amanns Reservoir, in Galion. Brandon Quail, family support coordinator, for HomeCare Matters said Family Fishing Day is an event that aims to create family memories and honor memories made with passed loved ones. Remember When-Family Fishing Day is free, and is held on the first Saturday of May each year in conjunction with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Free Fish Ohio Day. Lunch, bait and tackle were provided and fishing experts were hand to help novice anglers at the event. Quail said Remember When-Family Fishing Day is made  possible through the Step Outside Grant from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. Quail said this year's sponsors for the event were Fin Feather Fur in Ashland, North Central Ohio Pizza Company, Sportsman Den and Dick's Sporting Goods.  
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