Con Amore Fishing Day


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What is Con Amore Fishing Day?
Con Amore School provides a learning environment for students with a wide variety of disabilities.  This fishing day has become a tradition for the students to enjoy the great out-doors and have some fun. Each student is assigned an adult "buddy" for the day. Buddies and students can go fishing, watch birds or just enjoy the fresh air and scenery.  Buddies have a two part mission: make certain your student catches a trophy size smile and recognize the challenges of a differently-able child. Community support in terms of donations, time, money, materials and supplies is absolutely critical for the success of Con Amore Fishing Day.

How does the partnership work?
There are two ways one can be a partner:
1- you can be a buddy, and actively participate
2- you can supply material needs and/or donations.

If you would like to participate as a partner for next years Con Amore
Fishing Day, or want to know more about signing up, contact Dinosaurland RC&D.


Thanks to our partners Con Amore Fishing Day 2010 was a HUGE
success! Everyone had a smile to share. The following entities made
the difference during the event.



Altamont HS FCCLA
Ashley National Forest Service
Bureau of Land Management
Bureau of Reclamation
Central Utah Water Conservancy District
Con Amore School
Dinosaurland RC&D
Division of Wildlife





Duchesne County

Duchesne HS FCCLA

Duchesne School District
Foster Grandparents

Granita Park (Pete Rossi)
Harward Irrigation
Ina Nielson
L&L Motor
Moon Lake Electric
Myton City

 Natural Resource

Conservation Service



Rural Development
Second Nature
Tabiona High School
Uintah Basin Association of Governments
Uintah Basin Medical Center
Uintah Basin
US Fish & Wildlife
USU Extension



Once again we would like to send our deepest gratitude to our
partners, for making Con Amore Fishing Day an enjoyable and
fun event.



Con Amore Fishing Day


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