Texas Farm Bureau Insurance Presents Miller Park Pond C.A.S.T. For Kids
“We loved it so much! It was a huge blessing to receive the equipment and the boat captains were so patient and motivated to teach the kids a new skill. My son loved fishing and felt real special receiving the plaque, he hung it up on his wall as soon as we got home! More events like this are needed!”
“The event gave our son a fishing pole and tackle box. Because of this, his dad took him to the fishing supply store to get a few supplies. He is so excited to go fishing again! We will need help, but he has shown an interest to outdoor recreation, which is a huge change. We are so happy! – .”
This is a C.A.S.T. for Kids event designed to provide children with disabilities the opportunity to enjoy a quality outdoor recreational experience through the sport of fishing. Not all locations are conducive to hosting boating events. This event gives participants the opportunity to fish from shore.
Miller Park Pond
Temple, Texas (map)
Photos & Video From This Event
Check out this amazing video done by our amazing Miller Park Pond coordinator, Allie Jones!
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Our C.A.S.T. for Kids events include lots of fun and celebration! You can expect 2-3 hours of fishing, a delicious lunch and an awards celebration where your child will receive a personalized plaque. This is a day of fishing your child will never forget!
Thanks To Our Event Sponsors
Texas Farm Bureau Insurance, Belltec industries, Covington Real Estate agent Sonya Rigsby White, Texas Parks and Wildlife Dept., Temple Parks Dept., Lews, Flambeau, Cadence fishing.
2018 Event Recap
“Loved the whole thing. Everyone was helpful and caring and made us all feel “normal” – Parent of Participant, Miller Park Pond
“It will be a moment I will never forget. I will carry with me for ever. It’s all about kids having fun and learning how to fish” – Shore Volunteer, Miller Park Pond.
“He had an amazing day!! This is something he will definitely remember. He already has plans on going fishing at the lake this summer. Keeps saying he’s going to get his fishing license so he can feed us LOL” – Parent of Participant, Miller Park Pond