An Amazing Day of Fishing for Inner-City Kids

Law enforcement hosts Boys & Girls Club of Dorchester...
Well done! Cape law enforcement officers created a day of lifetime memories for visiting kids from Dorchester. (FME photo)

From Falmouth Department of Marine and Environment:

Falmouth MES and The US Fish and Wildlife Service, in partnership with the Falmouth Police Patrolman’s Federation, Massachusetts Environmental Police, Barnstable County Sheriff’s Office, Falmouth Rod and Gun Club, Waquoit Bay National Estuary Reserve, Patriot Party Boats and the Friends of Waquoit Bay Reserve Refuge hosted The Boy and Girls Club of Dorchester for an amazing day of fishing.

Kids caught fish on the Patriot II with Officers who donated their day off to fish with the kids. In the afternoon the group was hosted by the Waquoit Bay National Estuary Reserve Refuge.

Everyone made fish prints while the Falmouth Rod and Gun Club hosted a fish fry for all the participants.

The day ended with the presentation of new fishing rods to all the kids, which were donated by the Falmouth Patrolman’s Federation.

We would like to thank everyone for their dedication to this meaningful event.


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