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Fathers and sons go fishing

Fathers and sons go fishing
May 02
08:23 2019

Last Saturday the B-Positive Movement, a local non-profit designed to help young people reach their full potential, invited more than a dozen men and young boys to grab their fishing poles and enjoy a day on the lake during the Fathers’ and Sons’ Great Catch Fishing Experience.

The brainchild of B-Positive founder Brandon Horne, the event held on Saturday, April 27, at Salem Lake featured free food, games, prizes, and of course, a relaxing day of fishing. The event also included free legal advice from local attorney Harold Eustache.

Horne said his vision for the event was to bring unity back into the relationship between fathers and sons.

“Our goal with the Fathers’ and Sons’ Great Catch Fishing Experience was to break the biases that we’ve been under for so long and really just showing these young men that there is more to being a father than just paying child support,” said Horne. “We just want to bring some positivity back into the community, that’s what it’s all about.”

Horne said when he first started planning the event, he didn’t expect such a wonderful turnout. But with the temperatures in the low 80s, the weather was perfect for a day of fishing and the men took advantage.

“With the weather as beautiful as it is, you couldn’t ask for nothing better. All praises to God for this event.”

Other sponsors of the Fathers’ and Sons’ Great Catch Fishing Experience included Forsyth Technical College, The Love Church, Harold Eustach, Attorney at Law, and My Brother’s Second Chance.

For more information on the B-Positive Movement, email Brandon Horne at bpositivemovement18@nullgmail.com or reach him by phone at 336-403-6371. You can also visit Bpostive Movement on Facebook.

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