‘Skeet and Shoot’ fundraiser to benefit East Pierce Fire and Rescue benevolent fund

East Pierce Fire and Rescue is hosting a fundraiser at 10 a.m. June 21 at Sumner Gun Club, 15711 96th Street.

East Pierce Fire and Rescue is hosting a fundraiser at 10 a.m. June 21 at Sumner Gun Club, 15711 96th Street. The cost is $15. Additional food and ammunition will be available for purchase. Cold beverages and overnight campsites are available.

Money raised will go directly to the East Pierce Benevolent Fund, a nonprofit organization that provides financial support to community events such as Coats for Kids, the Muscular Dystrophy Association and the Burned Children Recovery Foundation. It also supports annual Easter egg hunts, Santa runs and individual needs on an as-needed basis, according to East Pierce Firefighter Hunter Chumbley.

For more information, please contact Rex Orcutt, 253-720-3572 or Hunter Chumbley, 253-318-3088.

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