Honored Warriors Ranch gives to Veteran home

Matt Fisk is a big man, in stature, in commitment to our country, and in dedication to the cause of helping homeless veterans.  Matt, a 16-year Army Veteran, has waged war against his own post traumatic stress disorder and is winning.  He is the founder and director of LancerLegacyRanch.org, a 24,000 square foot homeless veteran shelter that has been open since November 2017 in Maud.  The ranch can accommodate 24 male homeless veterans with their own efficiency apartments and there are rooms available.  The facility has a large, common, commercial kitchen, indoor and outdoor recreation and meeting areas, a large shop, and now the beginnings of a gym. 

 Saturday, Oct. 13, Honored Warriors Ranch from Canton delivered and installed $12,000 of brand new, commercial fitness equipment to Lancer Legacy Ranch.  Precor Incorporated donated a brand new Precor TRM731 commercial treadmill.  Eleiko donated an adjustable weight bench, a vertical rack, weight rack, Olympic weight bar and 355# of bumper weight plates.  The delivery required a 250-mile trip which was accomplished in nearly-continuous, driving rain.  Many vehicles ran off the road, including a semi-tractor trailer, but they made it there and back safely.

Honored Warriors Ranch is a Canton operation with a primary mission of donating, delivering, and installing fitness equipment to local Veteran support organizations and select warriors-in-need.  They also provide consultation services to global US Military fitness operations. 

Some of the operational costs of our missions are offset by the sale of custom engraved sterling silver and aluminum military-style ID tag necklaces to individuals and organizations.  Honored Warriors Ranch regularly exhibits at First Monday at the Covered Walkway near Dixie House.  Look for their large, tan 5-ton military truck.  HonoredWarriorsRanch.com, 4270 State Hwy 198, Canton.




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