Shoot For a Cure - just north of Houston

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Shoot For a Cure - just north of Houston

Postby Divided Attention » Mon Jul 29, 2013 10:36 pm

I apologize if this is in the wrong section and I have permission from Carlson1 to post this.

A local group just northwest of Tomball is hosting a skeet shoot. I haven't shot skeet in years or I would get a team together. Sounds like a lot of fun, for a fabulous cause. Image

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Re: Shoot For a Cure - just north of Houston

Postby discoqueen » Mon Jul 29, 2013 11:52 pm

If I was closer, I would totally support this cause!

We're hoping to put together a fundraiser to benefit the Legacy Brain Foundation and the Brain Tumor Trials Collaboration. My husband is a 3.5 year brain cancer survivor, so this cause is also near and dear to my heart!
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Re: Shoot For a Cure - just north of Houston

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Re: Shoot For a Cure - just north of Houston

Postby CainA » Tue Jul 30, 2013 6:09 am

Just so the OP is aware, the flyer says 1/2 round of sporting clay's, which is a whole different game than skeet.

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Re: Shoot For a Cure - just north of Houston

Postby Divided Attention » Tue Jul 30, 2013 10:07 am

I am not well versed in skeet, trap, sporting clays, sorry :oops: Thanks for clarifying.

eta - This range has done quite a few "fundraising" shoots in the past few years. The group organizing this one has done some great work here locally, so I thought it worthwhile to get the word out and help them out. This is the second one they have done, I heard last years was a lot of fun.
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