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Cattle Baron's raising money with sporting clays event

Released by Kristi Boyett Cattle Barons' Gala Public Relations C0-Chair:

TYLER, TX - Tyler Cattle Barons' Third Annual Sporting Clays Event is scheduled for Feb. 27 at the Chicken Ranch Shotgun Sports, 19101 County Road 4235 in Frankston. This is one of several events being held to raise money for the American Cancer Society as part of the Tyler Cattle Barons' Gala.

"This event has been very successful and we hope to have even more shooters come out to shoot for a cure on February 27," said Chairman Dr. James Saar. 

Shooting events are divided into morning and afternoon event. The morning event starts at 9 a.m. with 5-man team sporting clays tournament. The afternoon event includes 5-stand competition, 2-man-flush and powder pigeon. Individual shooters are welcome.

Prizes valued at approximately $3,000 have been donated by area businesses and include guns, gift certificates, a hunting trip and many related items for the sports enthusiast.

In addition to the shooting events, breakfast will be served by Sweet Sue's Restaurant and lunch provided by Heartland Ham Company. Golf carts are courtesy of Tyler Golf Cars.

Advanced registration for the morning sporting clays tournament is $100 per participant or $125 at the door.  To participate in both morning and afternoon events, advanced registration is $150 per gun or $175 at the door. Registration fee includes ammunition.

Sponsorships are still available and participant registration may be obtained by calling the ACS office at (903) 597-1383.

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