2012-08-16 / Sports

Shoot raises funds for camp


Cameron Gould is shown above on the firing range during competition. He placed third in the auto Marksman category. 
Courtesy photo Cameron Gould is shown above on the firing range during competition. He placed third in the auto Marksman category. Courtesy photo MANISTIQUE – The annual pistol shoot to benefit “Send a Kid to MDA Camp” raised $650.93 on Aug. 11.

The goal was to raise $800 – the cost to send one child to Muscular Dystrophy Association Summer Camp. The camp is paid for solely by donations, and there is no cost to families.

Awards were presented to top shooters in several different categories. In the first-ever Women’s Class, Emma Rennells of Chatham won masters, Cathy Crane of Plainwell won expert and Tammy Gould of Gulliver won sharpshooter.

Competitors came from as far away as Marquette and Kincheloe, and included 8-year-old Cameron Gould of Gulliver, who won third place for Auto Marksman.

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