MYTOASTLIFE.COM - Kayak fishing is widely known as a peaceful yet thrilling way of tuning in with mother nature and expanding a skill you may not realize you had in the first place.
THE DAILY COURIER - For United States military veterans, rehabilitation and the act of returning to normal life can be a difficult process and feel like swimming upstream.
At Heroes on the Water, we are so blessed to have volunteers who believe in our mission and help us serve veterans, first responders and their families. María Castañeda and her husband Rudy are two of the amazing people who show up every day to serve our veterans.
MYNEWS13.COM - Heroes on the Water Space Coast Chapter Event Coordinator and 24-year Air Force veteran Gene Gribble says kayaking provides serenity, something people like him need. He went from being a participant to volunteer.
COASTALANGLERMAG.COM - We have learned firsthand the ‘triple therapy’ of kayak fishing – physical with paddling and fishing, occupational in learning new skills and a sport they can do for life, and mental in the relaxation and freedom out on the water.
Everyone has a different idea of freedom, which is exactly what the men and women fought for so bravely all these years – the freedom of choice. We caught up with Steve Graff, former chapter coordinator for East Texas, and asked him what freedom means to him.
I reflect back on all those dads that got me to this point. They taught me the value of being a good man, one who appreciates simple things, like family and fishing. During the school year, my dad kept me plenty busy with Boy Scouts. My grandfather taught me to fish among many other things.
Ken H. Maltby was killed in the line of duty on September 7, 2016, while serving the County of Eastland, Texas as a Deputy for the Sheriff’s Department. His legacy lives on, and he touched many lives, including that of Lisa Ramsey, Fort Worth Police Officer and regular Heroes on the Water participant.
KUAF.COM - Residents and staff at the Arkansas Department of Veterans Affairs Nursing Home in Fayetteville were honored with a parade of cars, trucks and motorcycles festooned with flags, Sunday afternoon.
WFAA, DALLAS - We had the Mount Rushmore of Dallas sports: for Cowboys Roger Staubach, Troy Aikman, and Emmitt Smith, and former Maverick Dirk Nowitzki, sharing their stories to raise money for Heroes on the Water, an organization that helps our military veterans.