To raise funding and resources for search and rescue agencies to have the necessary technology, equipment, and training to effectively perform their jobs.
To promote boating and safety education.
To provide emotional support to families who have to go through a search and rescue event
5th Annual Memorial Golf Tournament a Success
Another Tournament in the books. I would dare say it was the best one yet. Special thanks to our many sponsors, GUNS & HOSES Foundation of North Texas,The LV Project, BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse,Hocutt, Inc. Jim Cox Sales, Airport Lighting Systems and the many personal sponsors. We are truly honored to have all of your support. Additionally we were honored to have Cody Jones and Tim Spice from Texas Game Wardens who are the boating law administrator and Boating education manager for Texas come play and Sgt David Blair from Grand Prairie Police department and his team not only played but also received our latest donation of a sonar.
The winning foursome of Mike Hamilton, Kevin Stewart, Mark O'Hagan, and Pace, while Dave Cook won closest to the pin and Mark O'Hagan won the longest drive. Photos coming soon
Love Life Live
The BMF Project at Rockwall Founders Day
5/18/13 -Today The BMF Project was a proud participant in The Ready Set wear It Campaign sponsored by The Safe Boating Council. This is to start the National Safe Boating Week (May 18 - May 24). Today we got to promote life jacket awareness at the Rockwall Founder's Day Festival. We had 114 people participate in wearing a life jacket, and to help set a Guinness Book of World Record for the most people wearing a life jacket on a single day. We were able to educate the public on the importance of having a PFD, as well as educating adults on the freedoms of having and wearing a inflatable PFD. We would like to give special thanks to The Coast Guard Auxiliary and the Rockwall Fire Department for helping us promote the importance of life jackets. Remember, Wear It!
Sonar Class Biggest Yet
The BMF Project sponsored its 5th Sonar for Search and Rescue class on April 22, 2013 in Lewisville. The class, led by Dennis and Tammy Watters of Team Watters, was attended by 77 search and resue personnel representing 22 agencies. This class covers the set-up of the sonar units and covers practical applications of what to look for during a search, in the class room and on the water.