7th Annual HomeAid Inland Empire Trap Shoot Fundraiser To Take Place May 18 at Olympic Shooting Park in Chino
RIVERSIDE, CA (May 8, 2012) --- Don't miss the HomeAid Inland Empire 7th Annual Trap Shoot fundraiser and Builder Chili Cook-Off on Friday, May 18 at Prado Olympic Shooting Park in Chino. Riverside County Sheriff Stan Sniff is the Honorary Chairman for this year's event, and US Bank will be the Primary Event Sponsor.
All proceeds from the Trap Shoot participation and sponsorships will benefit HomeAid Inland Empire, the charitable arm of the Riverside County and Baldy View Building Industry Association (BIA) chapters. The mission of HomeAid is to work with various Inland Empire service providers to renovate and build shelter facilities to temporarily house homeless individuals and families who are working to rebuild their lives.
Individual trapshooters and teams can register through the HomeAid Inland Empire website at homeaidie.org. The entry fee for individuals is $135 and $750 for fivesome teams, and includes two rounds of trapshooting, ammo, an event T-shirt, breakfast, lunch, beverages and the chili cook-off tasting. Spectators can attend the trapshooting competition, networking lunch and chili tasting for just $40.
Check-in and practice for the Trap Shoot begins at 9:30 on May 18, with trapshooting beginning at 10:30 and the networking lunch and builder chili cook-off from 11:00 to 3:00. The raffle and awards presentation will be held from 3:30 to 4:30.
Adding to the fun and festivities on May 18 will be a chili cook-off competition involving several of the top homebuilding companies in the Inland Empire who have been HomeAid supporters for many years. Among the builders tentatively scheduled to participate in the chili cook-off are D.R. Horton, Lennar, KB Home, and Standard Pacific.
Many of HomeAid Inland Empire's service provider partners, including Olive Crest, Operation SafeHouse and the Children's Fund are also expected to have information tables at the Trap Shoot to give attendees an opportunity to learn more about what is being done to help deal with the homeless issue in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties.
HomeAid Inland Empire is a non-profit organization that has completed 21 facilities in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties housing 649 beds valued at more than $16.2 million over the past 22 years, with the Inland Empire homebuilding industry providing over $5.4 million in in-kind donations of labor and materials.
For more information about HomeAid Inland Empire visit the organization's website at homeaidie.org to volunteer or make a donation.
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