HOUSTON – Oilfield Helping Hands (OHH), a nonprofit charitable organization comprised of volunteers devoted to providing assistance to oilfield workers in financial crisis, will be hosting its 14th Annual Saltwater Fishing Tournament on June 21-22, 2018, at Port O’Connor Community Center in Port O’Connor, Texas.
The two-day event will begin on Thursday, June 21 with registration and dinner and will conclude on Friday, June 22 with a day of fishing followed by an awards ceremony.
Bill Markus, OHH president, said, “Our Saltwater Fishing Tournament is a really fun event in aid of a worthy cause. By actively participating in the tournament or contributing via sponsorship of the event, the wider oil and gas community can do their part in helping fellow oil and gas families in financial need. We also offer an opportunity to sponsor and take a child on your boat during the tournament, through our partnership with Bluebonnet Youth Ranch.”
The deadline for discounted online entry is May 25, 2018. Walk up registration will be available on June 21. For more information regarding sponsorship, donations, volunteering, and tournament rules, visit the website here. For additional requests, contact chairman Gene Pate at 713-962-3334 or firstname.lastname@example.org; or director George Hanst at 713-594-7766 or email@example.com.
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