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Veterans Play Disc Golf In The Rain!

Updated: Mar 4, 2023

Disc Golf is a pretty underrated activity to do outdoors, but if you can get out on the course just one time, it will become something that you'll want to keep on doing! Even in the rain!

Veterans Monthly Disc Golf in Northern California with D2R at Cameron Park Disc Golf Course
Veterans Playing Disc Golf with Disconnect to Reconnect

This group of Veterans and some Active Duty all braved the rain Saturday December 3rd, 2022 at the Cameron Park Lake Disc Golf Course. We had some nice hot coffee, saw some really good shots, and of course had some great conversations. Thank you El Dorado Disc Sports for hosting this group of veterans and we look forward to the next one on January 14th!




It seemed like John knew a thing or two about Disc Golf before coming out! He took down first place with a score of 8 under par! TSgt John Rodriguez is currently stationed at Travis AFB assigned to the 21st Airlift Squadron as a Squadron Aviation Resource Manager. Living in Vacaville, John runs the Lagoon Valley's Team Underground Disc Golf Club. Thanks for coming out John!



This monthly event is for all Veterans of the United States Military and is intended to introduce the great sport of Disc Golf and encourage Veterans to spend time outdoors together. Research has shown a strong connection between time spent with peers in nature and reduced stress, anxiety, and depression. We believe Veterans deserve a fun and engaging peer support system that can provide stability and recovery for those who have gone through the same struggles. Learn more about the Disconnect to Reconnect Mission here!


If you have any questions, please reach out to Casey at Disconnect to Reconnect.

casey@d2rvets.com

916-416-5824


Thanks to Kaleb from the Vet Center for coming out and if any local Veterans would like more information about what Kaleb does at the Vet Center, feel free to reach out!

Vet Centers are community-based counseling centers that provide a wide range of social and psychological services, including professional counseling to eligible Veterans, service members, including National Guard and Reserve components, and their families. Vet Center counselors and outreach staff, many of whom are Veterans themselves, are experienced and prepared to discuss the tragedies of war, loss, grief and transition after trauma.


Kaleb Boas at the Citrus Heights Vet Center

5650 Sunrise Blvd.

Citrus Heights, CA 95610

916-535-0420





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Casey White
Casey White
Dec 08, 2022

It was nice meeting everyone that came out and hope to see you out at the next one. I had a great time! I love being outdoors in the rain!

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