PHOENIX, Ariz. (February 24, 2014) What’s old is new again as Sisters on the Fly join MicroDwell 2014 to demonstrate their ability to make the most of small spaces. The outdoor adventures club for women has a long history of having more fun than anyone, decorating, traveling and camping in vintage trailers no larger than a cozy place to lay your head at night and make a hot cup of coffee in the morning.
PHOENIX, Ariz. (January 21, 2014) Sisters on the Fly (SOTF), an outdoors adventure club for women, is pleased to announce that in 2013 its members raised nearly $60,000 for Casting For Recovery (CFR). As a nonprofit organization, CFR relies on charitable giving to support its mission of enhancing the quality of life of women with breast cancer by providing retreats designed to promote and support mental and physical healing at no charge to recipients.
PHOENIX, Ariz. (August 26, 2013) Sisters on the Fly, an outdoors adventure club for women, has announced that Janet Pinner of Pahrump, Nev. is the winner of a fully restored 1957 Zieman trailer. Aptly named Sweet Charity, all proceeds from the raffle tickets, which were sold from July 29 to August 23rd, benefit Casting for Recovery, a nonprofit organization that provides free fly fishing retreats for women of any age and in any stage of breast cancer.
Sent from Ana Josephson on March 1, 2013:
Hello! I'm a teacher in Austin TX doing a trailer restoration project with my engineering classes. Someone contacted me as they had heard about the project. Anyhow, I just wanted to send out the link to our Kickstarter project and tell y'all that we used Sisters on the Fly as inspiration for the project! If you could promote us on the site, that would be fantastic. We still need some funds to buy a trailer for next years class. I think we might start a junior sisters club at our school if all goes well. Yall rock! Sincerely, Ana
Click here for Kickstarter Website.
Click here for Project Ventura blog.
Sisters Country-wide Are Helping Superstorm Sandy Relief Effort in Mid-Atlantic Area
Send Donations To: Raine Foundation
Nov. 6, 2012--- We need your help desperately...The NJ shore has been decimated and I do not say that lightly. I was in Union Beach NJ today and 9 out of 10 homes have been condemned by FEMA. The owners are there in tears sifting through debris looking for photo albums and family treasures. The stench and mud are thick but the people are so grateful for every little thing. I was so moved by the people who refused a second water bottle because they did not want to take it from someone else who might need it. I met a woman in Union Beach today standing on the porch of her condemned, uninsured house and I gave her a big hug. She was staying with her grandson. Her husband is on Hospice and dying from cancer. She would not take a second sandwich because they had food at her grandsons apt. although still no power.
2012 Sisters Christmas Exchange Invitiation to Participate!
Nov. 1, 2012- Each year we have a Christmas Exchange and it has become either the worst sister thing or the best sister thing… For me it is the best.
What we do is invite you to write me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your name and number on it saying you want a sister to exchange Christmas letters, gifts and thoughts with. As you write in, I assign the next person who emailed me to you. This is fun because we don’t know who we are getting. Read more...
A Heartfelt Thank You From Lori Rewick Simon, Sister #1803 & CEO of Casting for Recovery