Prineville’s C.A.S.T. For Kids Set For Saturday

Prineville CAST for Kids #1 PRINEVILLE, OR — The annual C.A.S.T. for Kids fishing event will take place Saturday at Prineville Reservoir State Park.  Hosted by the Bureau of Reclamation, this weekend’s event allows children with a wide range of disabilities the opportunity to fish with a volunteer and have a good time.

“It is a wonderful event for the kids,” said Sandra Ferguson of Reclamation’s Snake River Area Office in the Pacific Northwest Region. 

Prineville CAST for Kids #2

“This is my first year working as the Regional Coordinator for this event and I’m looking forward to this great experience.”The event is open to kids ages 7-16.  The morning fishing event will be followed by a barbecue lunch.  Each participant will receive fishing gear, a tee shirt and a hat.

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