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Dinner, Trap Shoot Benefit Stable Program
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“Shooting for the Stable” is a special event, planned for Saturday, Sept. 12 at the Escalon Sportsman’s Club on River Road, with a tri-tip/chicken dinner, trap shoot contest and more, benefitting the Healing Arenas, Inc. program of Escalon.

The event will start at 3 p.m. with the trapshooting competition, with the championship round at 6 p.m., followed by awards and a social hour. Dinner and drawings for a variety of prizes – including gun raffles – will begin at 7 p.m.

Proceeds benefit all Healing Arenas Projects, including scholarships for the Stable Survivors Veterans Project (assisting veterans with PTSD and readjustment), Stable Kids and the Retired Racehorse Project. New for the fall of 2015 will be Stable Responders, a continuing education project for EMS, fire department, police and healthcare practitioners.

Healing Arenas, Inc. is a non-profit charitable 501c3 organization. Winners of the team trapshoot event will also be named on the Healing Arenas Perpetual Team Trapshooting Trophy in memory of HM3 Justin A. Williams.

The tri-tip and chicken dinner for the special benefit will be served by Oakdale’s House of Beef. Dinner and trapshooting cost is $75, while an adult dinner only (includes a gun raffle ticket) is $60. Kid dinners, for those ten and under, are $15.

Adult trap shooting fee is $40, youth trap shooting is $30 and an adult team of five will cost $175, youth team of five is $125.

Julie Baker of Healing Arenas said she is excited about the event, looking forward to a good crowd, good competition and benefiting a worthy cause.

For information on tickets or to make reservations, call 209-900-7917 or 209-701-0088. Table and trap packages are available and tickets will be available at the event if it isn’t sold out.