Fish For A Cure 2019

Team FishTalk/PropTalk

There is no tournament and no cause Team FishTalk/PropTalk could be prouder to sponsor than the Fish For a Cure. That's why we're not only a media sponsor of the event, we're also fishing in it - and we need you to help us make the Captain's Challenge a big success.

While team captain Lenny Rudow has fished the tournament in the past, 2017 was our first year of competition as Team FishTalk/PropTalk (hey, we would have joined in earlier but FishTalk didn't exist prior to 2017). And while we were quite pleased to raise $3,760 and come in 25th out of 79 boats we knew we could do better. In 2018 we busted way past that mark, raising over $10,000 and placing 14th (and scoring 2nd in the Perch division!).

For 2019, we're going to fish even harder and fundraise even more furiously. Help us make the event yet another smashing success, in 2019! All who donate $50 or more will be welcome to join us at our "Beers and Bucktails" event, date and location TBD.

Many thanks, from your friends at FishTalk and PropTalk Magazines.

For more than a decade, the Fish For A Cure Tournament and Paul C. Dettor Captain’s Challenge has provided transformational support of Anne Arundel Medical Center’s Geaton and JoAnn DeCesaris Cancer Institute. very dollar raised will directly impact cancer patients and their families through a comprehensive Cancer Survivorship Program at AAMC.

Help my crew and me in our commitment to supporting cancer care in our community by making a charitable contribution to our boat and help us to spread the word about our participation in this great cause.

Last year, more than 2,000 patients experienced above and beyond cancer care at AAMC’s Geaton and JoAnn DeCesaris Cancer Institute. With your partnership and support of the 2019 Fish For A Cure Tournament and Paul C. Dettor Captain’s Challenge, AAMC will be able to continue to provide these programs and services to our friends, loved ones, and neighbors in the community as they undergo cancer treatment and care.

Tight Lines,

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