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Sportsman's club treats disabled to Shooting Day

Disabled shooters take their best shot at Miller Ranch. (Northwest Sportsman's Club)
Disabled shooters take their best shot at Miller Ranch. (Northwest Sportsman's Club)

SHOOTING -- The Northwest Sportsman's Club has set June 1 for its annual shooting event for people with disabilities.

The club treats its guests to a day of .22 target shooting, long range shooting, muzzleloader shooting and even shotgun shooting with live birds at the Miller Ranch hunting preserve. To top it off, the day features a barbecue lunch and door prizes plus two firearms that will be raffled off to participants.

Participation is limited and participants must pre-register with an enrollment form available on the Northwest Sportsman's Club website.




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