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AGC of Minn. Hosts Clay Shooting, Fundrasing Event

Wed September 28, 2011 - Midwest Edition
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(L-R): The AGC of Minnesota event staff, Denise Woods, Pat Lynch, Julie Moore and Jane Sanem, smoothly runs another successful event.
(L-R): The AGC of Minnesota event staff, Denise Woods, Pat Lynch, Julie Moore and Jane Sanem, smoothly runs another successful event.
(L-R): The AGC of Minnesota event staff, Denise Woods, Pat Lynch, Julie Moore and Jane Sanem, smoothly runs another successful event. Brian Tommerdahl (L), regional sales manager of CZ-USA, Champlin, Minn., chats with gun giveaway organizer Gary Borchardt of Shaw/Stewart Lumber Co., Minneapolis, Minn. (L-R): Greg Grazzini of Grazzini Brothers & Company, Dan Meyer of Dal-Tile, Rick Scott of Scott Builders, Chris Denkinger of Adolfson & Peterson Construction, and Joe Wohlford of the Altobelli Corporation combined their skills to take the Top Team honors. Contestants check out the great selection of prizes offered by the AGC of Minnesota during the fundraising event. The 2011 AGC of Minnesota scholarship recipients (L-R) are Nicole Olson, John McGrath, Lauren Colbeth, Chris Hauck, Nicholas Krenz, Samantha Boos, Ryan Mix. Not pictured is Kathryn Murphy, who received her scholarship at a previous AGC event.

The Associated General Contractors of Minnesota held a “Sporting Clays” fundraiser Aug. 29 at the Minnesota Horse and Hunt Club in Prior Lake. In addition to a day of competitive shooting, the AGC of Minnesota also awarded its 2011 educational scholarships.