Benefit Sporting Clays Shoot in Memory of Terry Raahauge – A Great Tune-Up for Dove Season in Support of the American Cancer Society
Dunnigan, CA – Attention all dove hunters and/or sporting clays enthusiasts!
A special day of shotgun sports, great food, an outdoors gear raffle, AND with proceeds going to the much-needed efforts of the American Cancer Society in memory of a very special man gets underway on Saturday, August 15, 2015 at Raahauge's Hunting Club and Sporting Clays Course outside of Dunnigan.
That special man was Terry Raahauge, well-liked proprietor of the hunting club and sporting clays course that bears his well-known family's name. Terry succumbed to throat cancer in the Fall of 2013.
The day's main event will be a 100-round sporting clays shoot. The course will be set-up under National Sporting Clays Association (NSCA) guidelines and therefore the targets can be registered for those who "keep score".
Yet the shooting event is opened to casual shooters, as well. "Everyone is invited," said Donna Raahauge, Terry's widow who now runs the operation. "This will be a great way to get in some practice before the dove season starts in a few weeks," said Donna who has pledged the day's proceeds to the American Cancer Society. Casual shooters will not be charged the $6 fee for registering targets with the NSCA.
In addition to the sporting clays, there will be a delicious all-you-can-eat taco bar catered by "Pedi", and a raffle of outdoors items sponsored by Kittles Outdoor Sports of Colusa. Raffle tickets are $5 each, 5 for $20, 10 for $40, etc.
Cost for the sporting clays and lunch is $83 for casual shooters and $89 for those wishing to have their targets registered with NSCA.
The Raahauge's facility is located just 5 miles west of the I-5/I-505 interchange. Take Exit #556 to 25835 County Road 8 in Dunnigan, CA. For complete directions visit their website at www.lincraahauges.com.
Advance RSVPs would be appreciated so please call Donna at (530) 724-0552. The club opens at 8:00am.