London Police fundraise for Relay For Life through “Aim For Hope” bullseye competition
LONDON KY—The London Police Department is aiming for hope to make a difference in the London-Laurel community through the first-ever “Aim For Hope” Bullseye Competition.
The competition benefits the American Cancer Society through Relay For Life team, London Police.
The pistol competition is open to the public at Center Target Firearms and Indoor Range from February 5th-10th. Winners will be announced on Monday, February 12th.
“Cancer touches so many lives within our families and community and we annually fundraise to fight against this terrible disease. We ask that you join us in the fight for a cure and for hope,” said Magen Zawko, Public Information Officer for the London Police Department.
Participants may register a 3-person team for $50 or individuals may register for $20 at Center Target Firearms & Indoor Range located at 607 Dons Drive in London, Ky.
The event rules are as follows:
• Center fire caliber pistols ONLY.
• Targets are limited to five per-person at $5 each at Center Target Firearms & Indoor Range. Turn in the best out of five.
• Shooters will shoot a total of 10 shots: one shot at 10 yards, three at 15 yards, three at 20 yards & three at 25 yards.
• Participants may not shoot on another participant’s target. There will be a range officer on-site to watch and score targets.
• Participants that register on a team may not shoot on any other team, but may register as an individual as well.
• Iron sights only, no red dots or lasers.
• 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place will be determined upon a composite score.
• Winning teams and individuals will receive a trophy and all participants will be entered into a drawing.
For more information about the “Aim For Hope” event, click here.
Funds raised for Relay for Life of Laurel County directly benefit Laurel County residents battling cancer who are in need of financial assistance to stay at Hope Lodge for medical purposes, head coverings or wigs, transportation, etc.