For the News Tribune
JENNINGS RANDOLPH LAKE - The Pulmonary Pacers Relay for Life team hosted its first 3D Archery Shoot Saturday, June 8, at Jennings Randolph Lake Campground Pavilion.
Top winners were John Cook, with a $100 Cabela's gift certificate, Frank Quesenberry, with a Lumenok gift pack, Rob Rice, with a $65 gift certificate for a camo dip for a European mount and a hunting knife, Mark Nestor, with a $50 Cabela's gift card, Billy Foster, with a Moultrie game camera, Josh Kroll, with a McKenzie archery target, and Caleb Donnellan, with a $25 gift certificate from Knobley Farms Store.
Austin Hartman won the youth division, with a $25 Cabela's gift card, a DVD set from the "Archer's Choice" TV Show and an autographed photo of Ralph and Vicki Cianciarulo of "Archer's Choice."
Also, door prizes from the Wildlife Research Center were awarded.
Event chair Harold Bennett would like to thank all the sponsors who helped to make this event possible:
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Jennings Randolph Lake, Cabela's of Charleston, Burt Coyote-Lumneok, Keyser Wal-mart, Mobil One Oil Express of Bel Aire, Md. Outdoor Edge Knives, Eagle Eye Gun Shop, Frank Quesenberry of Ft. Ashby, Knobley Farms Store, the National Bowhunter's Association, Bassin' Box of LaVale, Cannon's Ace Hardware, Martin's Grocery Stores, Food Lion of Cresaptown, Pepsi Cola Company, Frito-Lay, Schmidt Bread Company, Tractor Supply of LaVale, Frank's Coffee in Short Gap, and Lori Vance.
"I would also like to thank all those who volunteered their time and did so much to make this event run smooth and make it the success it was: Pam Bennett, Amanda Bennett, Jonathan Bennett, Ashley Shrout, Bill Donnellan, Frank Quesenberry, Jim Tichnell, Tom Craig, Billy Foster, Tim Stickley, and very special thanks to Jerry Crowe.
"We are already looking forward to next year's shoot, scheduled for Saturday, June 9, 2014, again at Jennings Randolph Lake Campground Pavilion.
"It is already shaping up to be bigger and better than our first," Bennett said.