The Nolensville Lions Club hosted a fishing trip on Saturday for boys with My Friend’s House, a non-profit in Franklin that assists at-risk youth.

About seven boys joined the club to cast their poles in a Nolensville pond on the sunny, warm morning.

Lions Club member Scott Hall said that many of the boys had fished at least once before so there was some friendly competition in the air, with one of the boys making the biggest catch of the day with a large mouth bass.

“The goal of the Lions Club is to serve the community and the kids from My Friend’s House don’t always have a chance to get out and do this so we wanted to help them out in that regard,” Hall said. “Everybody had a lot of fun, it’s a beautiful day and just a great day to be outside.”

More information about My Friend’s House and the services that they provide can be found at

More information about the Nolensville Lion Club as well as how to become a member can be found here.

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