On Target

On Target The shadowed woods of the Blackwood Gun Club gave a small respite for hunters bustling on golf carts while competing in the 20th Montgomery County Community Foundation’s Annual Shoot Out, raising over $81,000 for MCCF. Over the years, the event has raised over $1.5 million for the organization, which connects donors to area nonprofits. For more, head to MCCFoundation.org.

The shadowed woods of the Blackwood Gun Club gave a small respite for hunters bustling on golf carts while competing in the 20th Montgomery County Community Foundation’s Annual Shoot Out, raising over $81,000 for MCCF. Over the years, the event has raised over $1.5 million for the organization, which connects donors to area nonprofits. For more, head to MCCFoundation.org.

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