Lions Skeet Shoot on Feb. 9

Published 5:13am Friday, February 1, 2013

The 14th annual Bainbridge Lions Club Skeet Shoot For Sight will be Saturday, Feb. 9, at Matthew Sharber’s East River Clays 10 Station Shooting Range off State Route 97 North and Mills Road.
It will get under way at 8 a.m. Proceeds from the shoot annually benefit the Lions’ sight conservation projects, which include providing glasses and making optical operations available to needy individuals.
The entry fee is $250 for each four person team. High individual A and B Class scorers will receive plaques.
Members of the A and B class championship teams will receive individual plaques.
Teams will provide their own guns and amunition and shooters must observe all rules of the range to ensure a safe event.
A pork sausage breakfast will be provided for all the compeditors. The Lions Skeet Shoot chairman is Randy Dunlap.
“We are really looking forward to having another successful skeet shoot this year,” Bainbridge Lions Club president Brenda Howell said.

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