For United Way's Day of Caring, Logan Aluminum filled their pond with dozens of catfish, so The Arc members could reel them in.
"we've got a volunteer for each client of Arc, and they're going to be fishing out here for the next couple of hours," says Stacey Hughes, a volunteer.
Tom Thompson, with The Arc says they used to have fishing tournaments for their clients all the time, "we feel so blessed to be a part of the United Way umbrella. And Logan Aluminum, what can you say, my gosh isn't this awesome? What a blessing it is to have all these folks come out and help us with the fishing."
As part of day of caring The Arc, helps people with intellectual or developmental disabilities.
"This is just a tremendous outpouring of love and on our end an appreciation for the folks at Logan Aluminum," says Thompson.
"We have been a supporter of the United Way for many many years, our employees give donations but they also volunteer," says Hughes
And most people didn't leave without catching at least one fish.