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Just wanted to take a minute and offer a heartfelt thanks to all the shooters who participated in the, “Shoot for the Cure,” today. We are well on our way to topping last year’s donation of $1,500.00 to the Fox Chase Cancer Center.


The handicap program will start tomorrow (11/17/10) at 11:00AM. ATA singles, doubles, and practice will also be available. The progressive mid 50 handicap program will be available. Guaranteed minimum purse is $50.00.


There was some impressive shooting today in spite of the rather gusty winds. The Wobble Challenge was a blast. That will also be available tomorrow.


Dan it was a pleasure meeting and shooting with a fellow TS.COM’er.


Thanks again from all of us at Bucks County Fish and Game


Jim, Charles, and Frank


BCF&G

1745 Turk Rd.

Doylestown, PA 18901
 

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Me and some friends met there ,,us from NY and Rich and his buddy from Pa,,, so there were more than a few T/S dot commers there,,,thanks for the Hopatialaty,,,,,Bill Goscinski AKA 682Liny
 

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Bill:


I can answer that question


You are D class doubles champion


Beautiful day here at BCF&G today


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Jim and the folks who ran the shoot and organized the program.

Saturday was the most fun I had standing up in years.
I can't begin to tell you how much fun I had!!! The wind made every shot a new experience.
When you can shoot doubles for the first time in 20 years with 40 year old gun in a 25 mph wind and wind up with a 78, whats left to say. Frank even commented on the big smile on my face.

Thans again for a great day at a great club.
Dan Gill

ps Jim, thanks for shooting the wobble event with me so I was not alone!
 

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Dan:


The pleasure was all ours. Can't tell you how much I enjoyed meeting you, sharing some conversation, and not so few laughs as those targets tried to get the best of us. Got to tell you I felt like I owned those wobble targets until we got back to the 25. I don't think I was even in the same zip code with them after that.


Bill:


Although we did not get much of a chance to talk I really appreciate the effort you made to travel down here to shoot with us again.


Bill and a fellow firefighter made a special effort to join us for our Heroes Scholarship Shoot last spring and he was back again to help support us in this endeavor.


Thanks to all the special Bill and Dan's that are part of the shooting fraternity because of you we raised $2,600.00 for research at the Fox Chase Cancer Center. Our families that have been so devastated by this terrible disease are sincerely grateful to you all.


I will get the shoot results posted on Tuesday. Seems my wife feels I have been neglecting the dog and she sent us off to chase grouse for the day. So after finishing up at the club, dinner, and a three hour ride to Sullivan County, PA , Tucker and I will spend the day together in the woods tomorrow. Ain't life grand.


In the spring we will once again host the Heroes Scholarship Shoot to benefit the children of our Police, Fire, and Emergency Service personnel that have given their all in service to their community.


May all of you find a reason to smile at least once every day.


Jim
 

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Back from yesterdays adventure. Dog is happy and smiling.


BUCKS COUNTY FISH & GAME ASSOCIATION

"SHOOT FOR THE CURE" OCTOBER 16, 17, 2010


SINGLES:

Champion: R. Muschlitz 97; "A": R. Brunell 96; "B" B. Paterson 96; "C" R. Hildenbrandt 95; "D" E. Schorn 91


DOUBLES:

Champion: B. Paterson 86; "B" D. Gill 77; "C" J. Boston 82; "D" B. Goscinski 79


HANDICAP:

Champion: B. Paterson 90 (22); RU: E. Schorn 89 (22.5); 3rd: J. Boston 89 (20.5); 4th: V. McGlynn 86 (21)


Jim
 
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