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American Museum of Fly Fishing annual Heritage Award Event

[dropcap]J[/dropcap]oin the American Museum of Fly Fishing for the annual Heritage Award Event honoring 2015 recipient Tom Brokaw Friday April 24, 2015 at theRacquet & Tennis Club New York City.

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“Tom Brokaw once said ‘If fishing is a religion, fly fishing is high church’. In my opinion, no truer words have been spoken. Fly fishing does not waste time on those who have none; the pinnacle of our sport is reserved for those who have the patience and dedication necessary to unlock its amazing potential. Mr. Brokaw has been a regular parishioner of our ‘church’ for many years and has championed some of the most important and lasting initiatives that have made our sport what it is today. The AMFF’s Board of Trustees join me in honoring Tom Brokaw for his continued contributions to the sport of fly fishing.” – Cathi Comar, Executive Director of the American Museum of Fly Fishing.

Schedule of Events:

5:30 P.M. – Leadership Circle cocktail reception

6:15 P.M. – General cocktail reception

7:00 P.M. – Dinner and live auction

8:00 P.M. – Award presentation and honoree interview with Andie Brokaw Simon

This event is open to the public but must be RSVP’d by April 13th. To purchase tickets to the event please CLICK HERE

Take a sneak peek at our live auction items!

Event Committee:

Bill Andersen, Jane Cooke, Chris Dorsey, George Gibson, Grant Gregory, Lester Holt, Paul Tudor Jones, Karen Kaplan, Lefty Kreh (Honorary Chair), George Matelich, David Nichols, Thomas Pero, Fred Polhemus, Gary Sherman, Richard Tisch,  Ted Turner and Brian Williams.

Leadership Circle:

Leigh and Anne Perkins, Ted Turner, William E. Andersen, Jane Cooke, Chris Dorsey, Paul T. Jones II and Sonia M. Jones, George and Beth Gibson, Alan and Linda Gnann.


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