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Jacab and Zach Pearson: Thank you for making fund-raiser a success

Thank you for making fund-raiser a success

To the editor,

On Saturday, a fund-raising shoot to help defray the costs of our trip to the 4-H National Shooting Sports Invitational competition this coming June was held at Cedar Mountain shooting range. The fund-raiser was a great success. Many people from the community came to participate in the Fun Shoot and to support us in our fund raising. We would like to tell all these people thank you for the time and resources that they devoted to help us represent Colorado at this upcoming shooting competition. We are very grateful for their efforts. We would like to extend a special thank you to our coaches, Laura Tyler and Jody Lee, for all of their time coaching us and making it possible for us to compete at this shoot. We also would like to thank them for organizing the fund-raising shoot; we could not have had a successful fund-raiser if it wasn’t for their help. In addition, we would like to thank the Bear’s Ear Shooting Club for the use of their facility and their support in our fund-raising efforts. Once again, thanks to all who came out to support us this past weekend, we appreciate it very much. We will do our best to represent Moffat County 4-H Shooting sports at this national event.



Sincerely

Jacab and Zach Pearson




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