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St. Valentine’s Day Massacre Savannah Lakes Village Presents by KEN WILES Father & Daughter Team: Len & Jen Azzarano Janie Clark & Al Gaer


The 2nd annual St Valentine’s Day Massacre was held Saturday, February 11, 2017 and was a fun filled morning of competitive shooting held at the SLV pistol range. The rules for the shoot are: 1) must be male & female team 2) each partner is allowed 10 rounds 3) shooting is timed and ranges from 20 to 60 seconds. The teams shoot at 12 bowling pins, 4—four inch square metal targets and 4 hanging “clay pigeons”. At the conclusion of the allotted time, shooting is stopped and a count of targets hit is tallied. After all teams have completed the first round, a second round is fired. The winning team is determined by adding the score for the two shoots, and the highest score is the winner. The winner gets bragging rights! We had 9 teams and 11 spectators this year. Everyone enjoyed great weather and wonderful camaraderie: • First Place— Father & Daughter Team: Len & Jen Azzarano


RANGE tPigeons


tMetal Target tBowling Pins


• Second Place—Janie Clark & Al Gaer • Third Place—Beth & Del Owen


Think you might like sport shooting, organized shooting events, social events, fishing events and meeting some great people? Think about joining the Savannah Lakes Rod & Gun Club, just contact any board member.


Mark Young • 391-5529 • markanddiane@wctel.net Wayne Schollenberger • 391-2376 • wscholle@wctel.net Sandi Bonam • 391-8095 • hd-nana@hotmail.com Wendy Kvale • 391-8048 • uffdagirl@wctel.net Ken Wiles • 391-5652 • kwiles@wctel.net Janie Clark • 391-5919 • tangodance@wctel.net


Beth & Del Owen


22 • March 2017 • SavannahShorelines.com


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