“This organization gives the greatest gift, the gift of life.” – Steven Payne
Hockey is a sport played at a near-chaotic pace, but Steven Payne had the special ability to slow it down. Known for his clutch scoring, he retired from the NHL as a two-time All-Star and the Minnesota North Stars’ all-time leader in playoff points. It’s appropriate that he’s now slowing things down for others, showing them how tranquility can improve their well-being.
Payne supports Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, an organization that helps wounded military members with their recovery by introducing them to the tranquil sport of fly fishing. As the founder and director of Battle at Boxwood, an event which raises over $125,000 annually, Payne is caring for soldiers who risk everything to protect us.
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