Angelina Beautiful/Clean (AB/C) will hold their 7th annual “Three-R’s” Clay Shoot fundraiser presented by East Texas Asphalt on Saturday, April 1 at the Pines Gun Club (311 Spring Lake Drive, Lufkin, TX 75901).
Registration and practice will start at 9 a.m. and the tournament begins at 10 a.m. The clay shoot aims to spotlight the “R’s” which stand for reduce, reuse and recycle.
The clay shoot is their biggest fundraiser of the year and proceeds goes towards education programs, litter prevention, beautification projects, solid waste disposal tools and many other types of outreach. The community gets to practice their aim while Angelina Beautiful/Clean aims for helping Angelina County’s environment. Breakfast, lunch and ammo are provided.
“It’s the perfect time of year to enjoy the outdoors and get out to shoot,” said Jennifer La Corte, AB/C Executive Director. “We’re shooting for a good time and a great cause.”
They are also hosting festivities the night before the clay shoot tournament with a good old-fashioned Annie Oakley Shootout and Washer Tournament on Friday, March 31 at the Pines Gun Club from 6 to 9 p.m. Two rounds are only $30 for the Annie Oakley Shootout. A team of two can join the Washer Tournament for just $20 and a chance to win a cash prize. Food and soft drinks will be provided.
The event will support Angelina Beautiful/Clean, a 501(c)(3) corporation. The mission of AB/C is to educate and empower East Texans to take responsibility for enhancing their community environment. With your support, Angelina Beautiful/Clean can serve Angelina County by making it a clean green place to live, work and play.
For more information on this or any other Angelina Beautiful/Clean program, please contact La Corte at 936-63CLEAN (936-632-5326) or visit angelinabeautifulclean.org.
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