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Posted: Saturday, October 6, 2012 7:44 pm

Stillwater Christian School’s Parent Teacher Organization is taking aim at a fundraising opportunity that’s a little different from common dinner auctions.

The parent group is hosting the “Stillwater Shoot Out” —  an event modeled after the TV show “Top Shot” — according to member Lori George. A rifle raffle is being held in conjunction to the Shoot Out. 

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          2 comments:

          • NEMO posted at 9:53 pm on Fri, Oct 12, 2012.

            NEMO Posts: 1

            "Bigfork Businessman" - If you're interested to know the facts, NEMO Arms donated the rifle after being approached by the school for a donation. The school approached NEMO because two of NEMOs executives are former students of Stillwater and NEMO families have several students in the school. Beyond that, this private school that does not rely on public monies of any sort thought it would be a grand idea to offer the most popular rifle sold on the market today - the AR15 - and we agree that it is an excellent choice.

             
          • Bigfork Businessman posted at 8:09 pm on Tue, Oct 9, 2012.

            Bigfork Businessman Posts: 1

            It would be one thing if NEMO was donating a sporting shotgun which is in keeping with the comments made by the school principal however the gun being donated is an assault rifle and has no business being associated with a school function. If NEMO wanted to give something to the school, than just give money. NEMO is doing nothing but promoting its company by way of the school and that is wroing! Shame on you NEMO,

             

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