AGC of Minnesota Hosts Sporting Clays Fundraiser

The event was attended by 162 shooters eager to prove their skills.

Fri September 09, 2016 - Midwest Edition
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Dan Meyer, Dal-Tile Corporation, was the top gun.
Dan Meyer, Dal-Tile Corporation, was the top gun.
Dan Meyer, Dal-Tile Corporation, was the top gun. 
Larissa Indrebo, Road Machinery & Supplies Co., was the top gun gal.
(L-R): Bill Bottema, territory manager, Road Machinery & Supplies, Savage Minn.; Andy Schwandt, vice president of sales, Road Machinery & Supplies; and Mike Niemi, senor vice president, Al Knowlen, vice president and Terry Mcfarlin, president of Anderson Brothers, Brainerd Minn., attend the event.
Tim Rients (L), territory manager, and Bob Ciardelli, territory manager, both of RMS Rents, Savage Minn., look forward to the great weather and some great shooting.
Taylor Rugroden (L), product engineer, jokes with Jason Walter, assistant project manager, both of Mortenson Construction University of MN, Fridley, Minn.
John Anderson (L) and Ryan Lake, project managers of Bituminous Roadways Inc., Mendota Heights, Minn., are celebrating 70 years in business this year.
(L-R): Scholarship recipients and members of the AGC were on hand, including Steven Dueck, MSU Moorhead; Amanda Comstock, MSU Mankato; Merry Beckmann, director member services,  AGC of Minn.; and Joelle Struthers, construction management, MSU, Mankato. 
Larissa Indrebo (L), sales and rental coordinator, and Malia Oesterreich, territory sales manager, both of RMS Rentals Group, Savage, Minn. 
The top team Grazzini Brothers (L-R) are Dan Meyer, Dal-Tile Corporation; Earl Andersen and Greg Grazzini, both of Grazzini Brothers & Company; and Jake Boerboon, Kraus-Anderson Construction Company. (Rick Scott, Scott Builders Inc. not pictured)

On August 29 the Associated General Contractors of Minnesota held its 17th annual sporting clays fundraiser at the Minnesota Horse & Hunt Club for scholarships awarded by the AGC of Minnesota Foundation. The event was attended by 162 shooters. Proceeds from the raffle, silent auction, and stool pigeon tickets support students enrolled in construction-related programs at Midwest postsecondary schools.

The AGC of Minnesota awarded the 2016 to 2017 student scholarships at the event, to the following students: Davis Allen, construction management, U of M, Twin Cities; Amanda Comstock, construction management, MSU, Mankato; Steven Dueck, construction management, MSU, Moorhead; Kaela Fahey, construction management, Dunwoody; Brittany Jurrens, civil engineering, U of M, Duluth; Steele Spilde, electrical technology, MSU, Moorhead; and Joelle Struthers, construction management, MSU, Mankato. A total of 23 applications were received, reviewed and ranked. The process for the 2017 to 2018 scholarships will begin in early 2017.

For more information, call 651/796-2187.

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