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IADC Houston Chapter plans first shoot in March

Posted on 15 October 2010

The first IADC Houston Chapter Oilfield Charity Shoot will be held 11 March, 2011 at American Shooting Centers. Proceeds will be split between the Oilfield Christian Fellowship and Oil Patch Chaplains.

A form for registration and sponsorships, as well as a letter from the shoot chairman, Jeff Kessler, Nabors Offshore, is available on the Houston Chapter’s web page. All participants in the shoot must be members of the Houston Chapter. All shooting teams will comprise five members.

Platinum, gold, silver and bronze sponsorships are available, as well as sponsors for shotguns, trophies, golf carts and stations.

“You have been a wonderful supporter of the IADC Houston Chapter and I hope you will join our efforts and participate in this event, Mr Kessler said. “We look forward to your involvement and hope you take pride in helping us support two very important organizations.

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