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Shoot for Fun event to be held Saturday

Close to 450 clay-target shooters will gather on Saturday to take part in the 17th annual "Shoot for Fun" event, a fundraiser for the Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute -- Northland.

Close to 450 clay-target shooters will gather on Saturday to take part in the 17th annual "Shoot for Fun" event, a fundraiser for the Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute - Northland.

The event will start at 8:30 a.m. Saturday at the Old Vermilion Trail Hunting Preserve north of Duluth. The event is presented by the National Bank of Commerce. It benefits youth and adults with physical disabilities, vision loss and autism spectrum disorder.

The shoot includes sporting clays, other shooting games, raffles and a silent auction. More than 40

local businesses support the event, which is expected to raise more than $100,000 for Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute - Northland programs.

A limited number of team spots remain open. Visit AllinaHealth.org/ShootForFun or contact shootforfun@allinahealth.com for more information.

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Courage Kenny programs include kayaking, archery, water skiing, climbing, swimming, power wheelchair soccer, downhill skiing, curling and adaptive yoga.

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