John P. and Mike G. volunteered, and this went well. The coffee and scones were Nilo's idea.
John P. brought the Redington training rods that Marcos E. was able to find for us, due to Mike G.'s prodding. Considering that we were casting in a hallway, this worked better than expected. OK, Mike was right.. again
Each class was split into 2 parts, giving us 20 minutes with each group of 3-6 students each. Some of the students were a natural, others will need more coaching, but all of them had fun. There were quite a few students that were not in the class that tried to get in on the hallway casting. The police officers, other teachers, trash cans, all were targets for delivering the "fly"
I'll ask for some of the pictures and get them up soon.
Our (TFF) next time in front of this same group is 2014-04-11 (April 11th, 2014), and the event will be fly tying. We will have 40 minutes to tie a fly, with people that have never touched a vise, or bobbin.
Any, and all, help will be appreciated.