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Local sporting event and pig roast raises money for Ronald McDonald House

Local sporting event and pig roast raises money for Ronald McDonald House

September 07, 2019 11:03 AM

SCOTIA -- Gyuan-Ho-Ha, the Capital District's largest fish and game club, is holding a sporting clay event and pig roast Saturday. 

A hundred rounds of sporting clays commenced in the morning, followed with a silent auction, demo guns, and more. 

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“We’re really excited to be hosting this event which will be fun for all participants and at the same time, helping critically ill children and their families,” said Steve Borst, event committee chair and owner of Target Sports in Glenville. 

Guan-Ho-Ha Fish and Game Club is an 1100-member private club located in the hills of Scotia, NY.

The Kids & Clays Foundation supports a national series of shooting events with all proceeds benefiting Ronald McDonald House Charities helping tens of thousands of critically ill Children and their families each year. For more information, visit www.kidsandclays.com

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Muneib Chater

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