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April 28, 2018

1:00 PM"Shoot Down Cancer" Sporting Clays Event
Sturgis Gun Range, Buffalo Chip, Hwy 34 East of Sturgis

The first annual “Shoot Down Cancer” sporting clays event will take place on Saturday, April 28, 2018 at the Sturgis Gun Range at the Buffalo Chip Campground on Highway 34 east of Sturgis, SD.  This event is designed to bring together sports men and women, hunters, anglers, conservationists, and outdoor sports enthusiasts. 

 

The event includes a 15-station course, followed by a barbecue and awards ceremony.  Participants will receive an event gift bag.  The shotgun start is at 1 p.m.  Proceeds will go to support the American Cancer Society.

 

Registration for this first-time event is limited to 100 shooters. Shooters will make a $100 donation to participate.  The registration covers all costs associated with the event.  Shooters will be expected to provide their own firearm, and ammunition.  Some ammunition will be available for purchase on the day of the event.  Registration is open to individuals and teams.  Individuals will be placed on a team.  Registration accepted through April 15th or until full.

 

Event planners are also seeking event sponsors and items for the silent auction and gift bags.

 

Funds raised help the American Cancer Society provide free information and support for people facing the disease today, and fund cancer research that will help protect future generations.

 

To register, to become a sponsor, or for more information, contact Christine Diers at 605-490-3033 or by email at christine.diers@cancer.org.

 

12:00 AM-9:00 PMBlack Hills Speedway 1st Annual Race car parade
O’Reilly Auto Parts @ 315 East Blvd North

Black Hills Speedway 1st Annual Race car parade.  April 28th Saturday

Black Hills Speedway new manager, John Carlton, wants to get back the nostalgia & legacy of the black hills racing.  On April 28th, Saturday, they’ll host the 1st annual parade of race cars starting at 10am with a race car show at O’Reilly Auto Parts @ 315 East Blvd North. Followed  by a parade at 12:00 noon from O’Reilly’s to Kmart. Following the parade, from 3pm-9pm is an open test and tune at Black hills speedway! Contact John Carlton at 716-3567 at J & L Flooring for more information! There is free admission in the stands not the pits to watch cars practice.

April 28th - CAR SHOW PARADE DETAILS!!!!
The Race Car show precedes and follows the parade. We will have cars set up to look at before the parade at 10am. Then the parade starts at noon, as we leave O’Reilly Auto Parts and head north on E. Blvd up and around to E. north St. all the way to K-Mart at the other end off of Campbell st. The parade will end about 12:30. Then a second peek at the cars until 2pm. Then we will head to the track at 3pm for some test and tune on the race track. Free admission in the stands not pits to watch cars practice for this as well.

 

4:00 PM-8:00 PMBlack Hills Raptor Center Benefit
Rapid City Eagles Club at 1410 Centre Street

The Black Hills Raptor Center will be hosting a benefit for their new facility on April 28 at 4 pm.

 Enjoy a spaghetti feed for $5 a plate, or $20 for a six person group.

Silent auction with fabulous donated items from all over the Black Hills

Pies and cakes for sale

Raptor Center merchandise for sale

 A live bird of prey program at 6pm

 A Texas Hold-‘em Poker Tournament beginning at 7pm. Suggested donation for the poker tournament is $25. Limited to 50 players, so get signed up now! Winner gets choice of Weber Spirit E210 gas grill (worth $350) or $250 cash. Second place winner gets the other item. Third place winner gets $150 cash.

 Come to the Rapid City Eagles Club at 1410 Centre Street and support a great cause.

 Tickets at the Raptor Center website:  blackhillsraptorcenter.org or from any BH Raptor Center volunteer.

9:00 AM-5:00 PMAutism Society of the Black Hills Fundraiser
Pac-Rat Palace, 1350 Deadwood Ave.

The Autism Society of the Black Hills is pairing with Pac-Rat Palace of Rapid City to raise funds for its summer programs.

Pac-Rat Palace, a consignment store located at 1350 Deadwood Ave., will hold a sale from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, April 28. Customers can purchase any three select sale items for $2 total. All proceeds from this sale will benefit the Autism Society of the Black Hills.

“With April being National Autism Month, we wanted to hold the sale to raise awareness and donate funds to our local Autism Society,” said Beverly Sears, owner of Pac-Rat Palace.

Autism is a chronic developmental disorder that impairs the ability to communicate and interact. The mission of the Autism Society of the Black Hills is to improve the lives of all affected by autism and autism spectrum disorders, such as Asperger syndrome.

Autism is estimated to affect more than 2 million individuals in the U.S., according to the website Autism Speaks. One out of 42 boys and one in 189 girls are diagnosed with autism in the U.S. – and autism statistics from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) identify around one in 68 American children as on the autism spectrum.

For more information on National Autism Month and local summer programs, please contact Dennis Hankin, spokesman for the Autism Society of the Black Hills, at 605-721-5533 or visit http://www.autismsd.org/. For more information about the sale, please contact Sears at 605-348-4240 or visit Pac-Rat.com.

9:00 AM-4:00 PMYFS Kids Fair
Rushmore Plaza Civic Center- Rapid City, SD
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