Freedom Care Warrior Project, non-profit organization, hosts wounded veterans in Graham. They are treated to a retreat at Warrior Ranch where they can shoot skeet, hunt, fish and other outdoor activities, all at no cost to them. It's a way for the veterans to get a break from the stresses of the VA system, rehab and life in general, while at the same time bonding with other vets and gaining confidence. As part of this, Freedom Care Warrior Project's Operation Kick Some Bass Fishing Tournament will be held Saturday, Sept. 21, in Graham. The tournament pairs 60 veterans and 60 boaters together for a free day of fun on the water. Proceeds raised from sponsors, donors and vendor booths will cover the cost of the tournament with the remaining funds going to the operations of the Warrior Ranch. There will be an official weigh-in, just like on TV. A big stage and digital display are being brought in by Bassmaster. There will be a children's catfish tank, a lunch for the public and lots of cool boats on display. The tournament director is Brent Homan, himself an injured veteran. He is currently based in Mineral Wells, but is moving to Graham. There is no prize money. The primary goal is to set aside a day for veterans. The secondary goal of the tournament is to help pay off the Warrior Ranch, ensuring it will be available to veterans for the future. This is the event's second year.