MONTICELLO, Ind. (WLFI) - For many, summer months mean fishing, and those who don't normally get to go, have an opportunity this weekend.
The annual Fishing Has No Boundaries event takes people with disabilities to Lake Freeman over the weekend.
Committee member for the event Chris Linder says they're scheduled to have about 90 people participate.
He says the smiles from the participants make it all worth it for him.
"A lot of these people aren't able to come out and enjoy the weather or come out and fish all the time," Linder said. "So, this is more for them then anything. We get them out on the water, fish all day Saturday and half a day on Sunday. And, you wouldn't believe the smiles that people come back with."
If you would like to volunteer you can call Steven and Mary Linder at (765) 567-2567.
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