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  • We proudly serve our Veterans. Our newest testimonials:

“Fly-tying class is very educational and relaxing as well as fun, too.”                                                                                                                              Raymond J., U.S. Army Infantry

“Great program. Really enjoy the challenge and relaxing process. As a novice I have to say, fly-tying ROCKS!”                                                        Layne R., U.S. Army Infantry

“Fly-tying class is very relaxing. It brings my anxiety down. It’s a lot of fun and informative.”                                                                                             Pat M. U.S. Army

“I enjoy creating something that is functional.”                                               Roger R.        “Very therapeutic. I learn patience and virtue.”                                             Joshua B.

 

 

  • Check out our newsletter for July!
  • We had so beautiful day of fly-fishing for our Vets on July 1 under the Washington and Oak Ave. bridges in Roseburg.

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  • Thanks to Mercy Foundation we had Memorial Day Weekend fly-fishing camp on the North Umpqua River. Read our post
  • Umpqua Jazz & Fly-fishing Experience on  June 4 under Washington and Oak Avenue Bridges in Roseburg. Read our Press Release
  • Newton Creek

We resumed work at the “duck pond” by working on a trail. For more details, get in touch with us!

CHARLIE MIKE! SEE OUR VIDEO FROM NEWTON CREEK

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Christmas Replanted, posted on January 22, 2017
The Elliott “Bumper Dumper”, posted on December 14, 2016
First Fly-Fishing Retreat, posted on November 3, 2016

Source One Serenity Meets With Allen Hall Advertising, posted on November 1, 2016
“Calming Cast” in the News Review Today, posted on August 31, 2016
Southern Oregon Magazine About Source One Serenity, posted on August 11, 2016
Our Story, posted on March 31, 2016

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  1. After just one weekend of fly-fishing in downpour, barbecuing juicy cutlets over a glowing bed of hot embers, being surrounded by one of the most magical forests of the N. Umpqua River; I can say with total conviction that I have regained a good bit of my mental peace and tranquility. Not only was the trip a spiritual journey, moreover I discovered a new family…

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