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Carolina Cat Hosts Skeet Shoot Fundraiser for Children

Mon January 28, 2019 - Southeast Edition #3
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Christian Wylie is surrounded by his supporters. Christian’s dream was to meet NFL great Rob Gronkowski and the New England Patriots football team. Well, he did over the summer.
Christian Wylie is surrounded by his supporters. Christian’s dream was to meet NFL great Rob Gronkowski and the New England Patriots football team. Well, he did over the summer.
Christian Wylie is surrounded by his supporters. Christian’s dream was to meet NFL great Rob Gronkowski and the New England Patriots football team. Well, he did over the summer.
Ready for the afternoon shooting (L-R) are Chad Hensley, John Suther and Keith Wayne, all of Wayne Brothers in Davidson, N.C.; and Shawn Patrick, The Raider Company, Davidson, N.C.
(L-R): Philip Vermillion, Bobby Eaves, Wayne Ramsey and Brian Webb of Blythe Construction.
Luke Blythe of Blythe Development shot both clays at this station.
Brian McManus of Hoopaugh Grading in Charlotte readies his shotgun. 
Raymond Russell of JT Russell & Sons in Albemarle, N.C.
Heading out for the shooting (L-R) are Chad Webb and Mike Beddell, both of Barnhill Contracting in Charlotte; Bill Cornett, Showalter Construction in Charlotte; and Mitch Christenbury of Carolina Cat.
Ed Weisiger Sr., chairman emeritus of Carolina Cat, and Agnes Weisiger enjoyed having their friends over to the farm.
(L-R): Steve Cosper, Granite Contracting in Cornelius, N.C.; Mark Kincer and Mitch Christenbury of Carolina Cat; Lauren Cosper, Granite Contracting; Ed Weisiger Sr., chairman emeritus of Carolina Cat; and Brad Whaley and Chris Harrell, both of Granite Contracting.
(L-R): John Hood and Paul Carpenter, both of Carolina Cat, congratulate Bill Cornett, Showalter Construction, and Patrick Buckley, Crowder Construction, the winners of Benelli SuperSport shotguns given away as prizes.

It is Carolina Cat's desire to partner with organizations whose values mirror their own to ignite hope, faith and love for those in need. By getting in the huddle with Dream On 3, Carolina Cat is making dreams come true and making an investment in the lives of kids and the community.

With help from Hoopaugh Grading Company, Carolina Cat amplified its involvement with Dream On 3 when they accepted the nomination to compete for the Queen City Business of the Year, a fundraising competition held in coordination with the annual Dream On 3 Dream Gala.

As a trusted partner in building North Carolina, Carolina Cat also believes in the duty to strengthen their communities alongside their customers. Their goal in founding Team We Build NC and participating in the Queen City Business of the Year competition is to unite the people and businesses that help build North Carolina every day, to make dreams come true for children with chronic illnesses, intellectual and developmental disabilities or life-altering conditions.

Dream On 3 brings children's dreams to life by creating customized personal experiences with a favorite athlete, sporting event or sports team. Perhaps for just a day, an afternoon or a weekend, recipients get to escape their reality, get in the game and realize that through teamwork anything is possible.

Dream On 3 is a nonprofit organization headquartered in Charlotte, N.C., with affiliate locations in Georgia and Washington, D.C.

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