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Aiming for a Cure

February 10, 2013

This event is a MUST attend. Please visit the link below, and register to come shoot. Have some fun, and help raise money to FIGHT Breast cancer.

https://www.facebook.com/events/519900421360038/

What: The first annual Aiming for a Cure event is being held as part of What a Girl Wants to raise money to fight breast cancer. ALL PROCEEDS from the event will benefit the Pink Ribbon Girls and Hospice of Dayton through the Belinda Prewitt Memorial Fund. The event will include a rifle competition as well as an after party with live music and refreshments (food and beverage sales benefit the VFW Post). This day is dedicated to raising money to fight and awareness of a disease that has touched so many in a way that is safe and fun.

http://www.3gtactical.com/aiming_for_a_cure.php

WHAT

The first annual Aiming for a Cure event is being held as part of What a Girl Wants to raise money to fight breast cancer. ALL PROCEEDS from the event will benefit the Pink Ribbon Girls and Hospice of Dayton through the Belinda Prewitt Memorial Fund. The event will include a rifle competition as well as an after party with live music and refreshments (food and beverage sales benefit the VFW Post). This day is dedicated to raising money to fight and awareness of a disease that has touched so many in a way that is safe and fun.

  • SHOOTING: 100 yard rifle competition. The competition is freestyle from the line. This means that there will be no bench resting of the guns (no shooting off of sandbags, rifle bags, etc.). Firearms equipped with bipods and/or monopods are allowed. The targets will be standard 100 yard rifle targets. Shooters will fire five shots per target with standard scoring being applied (center of the hole will dictate the score for each round). The number of “X’s” will be used for tie-breakers. There will be a “junior” division for shooters 17 years of age and younger. Shooters can register below.

WHY:

      The 3G mission is simple; we are Aiming for a Cure and we will

never

       lose track of the target. The target is defeating breast cancer. We will continue to fight for those who have gone before us as well as those who are in the fight at the present.
  • The Belinda Prewitt Memorial Fund was established to create, promote and conduct special events supporting programs dealing with various stages of breast cancer in an effort to raise awareness and reduce the stigma of breast cancer through education on symptoms, treatment and support.

  • Belinda, or as she was affectionately known to many; “Buffy” was from Tipp City, Ohio and died June 11, 2012 at Hospice of Dayton after a long battle against breast cancer. She was born on Little Rock Air Force Base April 19, 1967 to John and Diane Prewitt. She graduated from Tippecanoe High School in 1985 and became Interactive Account Director for Berry Network where she was employed for over 20 years.

  • Belinda was a breast cancer survivor who was selfless in her crusade to promote breast cancer awareness putting all others ahead of herself. She was a beautiful, strong and independent woman with a generous heart. She had a smile that was contagious with an onery laugh that brought happiness to all. She had a deep passion for animals, the beach, flowers and most importantly fun. Even in the darkest times, nothing could ever dampen her spirit. She taught us that life is short and we have to “Live Like We’re Dying”. Belinda was, is and always will be the driving force behind 3G Tactical’s commitment to raising funds and awareness for the breast cancer cause.

 

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