Trap Shoot To Raise Money For Children’s Advocacy
The seventh annual “Shoot Trap for CAP” is this weekend.
Some 30 teams of shooters will gather and help raise dollars for Children’s Advocacy Project, an agency that serves alleged victims of child sexual abuse and violence.
That very serious undertaking will muster financial support through a weekend of fun.
“We think about it and ya know we live in Wyoming and a lot of people like that. So we thought we’d take advantage of that and use it to raise awareness about our agency and as a chance to make a difference in some lives.”
That’s Kayleigh Corbett a counselor at CAP and she says this year they’ve added a twist on Friday evening called ‘Cap, Cabernet And Calcutta’ that lets non-shooters get involved. That happens in the Wolcott Galleria in downtown Casper.
The Trap Shoot on Saturday takes place at the Rocky Mountain Gun Club on Cole Creek Road.
Reservations are not necessary, Corbett says, you can just show up and be ready to have some fun and raise funds for Children’s Advocacy Project of Casper.