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We had a great 4th of July/Independence Day celebration with our VSP couples and TU volunteers on Slough Creek in Yellowstone Park.
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We had a wonderful first day with our VSP veteran couples on Slough Creek in Yellowstone Park.  The Green Drakes were hatching, Slough Creek is clear and dropping, the weather is beautfiul, and the Yellowstone cutthroat are starting to play!  Can't wait until tomorrow!  #tuvsp
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Our 5 veteran couples arrive in Bozeman tomorrow!  On Saturday,  we will depart from the Slough Creek Transfer Station for the 12 mile horse drawn wagon ride up the Slough Creek trail to Silvertip Ranch.
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Congratulations to Doc Fritchey TU #108 for serving our nation's military family through its 9th Annual Home Waters event.
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The 2017 TU VSP couples fly fishing trip to Slough Creek in Yellowstone Park begins on Saturday, July 1! Five veteran couples chosen from TU VSP chapter programs from around the country along with 5 TU volunteer guides will travel by horse drawn wagon to the ranch on Slough Creek and enjoy a rela
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On 4/15, the Bellevue/Issaquah Wa. TU #109 and the North Bend, Wa Daughters of the American Revolution chapter jointly held our 4th Annual PHW Fish Out for the PHW chapters in Wa. state.
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Blog Post BY mtdave ON April 4, 2017 - 0 COMMENTS
Great TU VSP Events in DC!
Our Trout Unlimited Veterans Service Partnership Advisory Committee gathered at the TU headquarters on Saturday to help move forward the work of bringing the full weight of TU’s 155,000 members and 400+ local chapters to deploy across the nation engaging and supporting local military and veteran
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The Madison-Gallatin TU Chapter in Bozeman has developed a great relationship with the Montana State University Student Veterans Club.
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Please save the date for this opportunity. The TU Veterans Service Partnership (VSP) and Higher Ground Sun Valley (HGSV) are pleased to announce our first VETERANS SERVICES PARTNERSHIP TRAIN THE TRAINER EVENT to be held in Sun Valley, ID from September 24-28. 
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Thank you to Dave Kumlien, Robert Allen, and all those associated with 
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