Local nonprofit Warrior Surf Foundation (WSF) is in the midst of their annual retreat to Swell in El Paredon, Guatemala (running from December 29th to January 9th), where a group of Veterans embark on a week-long journey filled with surfing, yoga, wellness, and community. Located in a small fishing village, El Paredon is home to some of the best surfing in the country.
What makes these trips possible is support from WSF’s sponsors, including Fence & Deck Connection, who has been designing and installing residential and commercial fences, decks, and screened porches throughout Maryland since 1991.
“We’re so excited for our Veterans to experience such a transformative and life-changing retreat,” said WSF Executive Director Stephanie Dasher. “Our Veterans always come back from Guatemala so refreshed and rejuvenated, with a new perspective and strengthened mental health.”
Fence & Deck Connection’s Founder Jim Rubush met WSF Founder Andy Manzi in 2014, and since then, has been dedicated to helping the organization and its Veteran community.
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