At long last, the results are in from this year’s Labor/United Way Trap Shoot. The annual event surpassed its $25,000 goal, raising $26,680 for United Way programs that serve metro area families.
The competition was stiff, but the top shooters hit their mark.
IBEW Local 309 President Mike Stuart and IBEW Local 1 retiree Mike Nations joined together for the great cause, with Nations taking home the Top Shooter trophy shooting for IBEW Local 309’s team.
TRAP SHOOT WINNERS
• 1st Place – Mike Nations (IBEW Local 1, shooting for IBEW 309).
• 2nd Place – Karl Kombrink (Laborers Local 670).
• 3rd Place – Tom Peppenhorst (Laborers Local 670).
LONG SHOT WINNERS
• 1st Place – Don Obernuefemann (Plumbers & Gasfitters Local 360).
• 2nd Place – Tom Peppenhorst (Laborers 670).
• 3rd Place – Mike Nations (IBEW Local 1, shooting for IBEW 309).
INVESTING MORE THAN $1 MILLION IN OUR COMMUNITIES EACH WEEK
United Way invests more than $1 million each week into our communities, funding 170 agencies that help people in the bi-state area.
Supported by the Greater Madison County Federation of Labor, Greater St. Louis Labor Council, Southwestern Illinois Central Labor Council and St. Louis Building & Construction Trades Council, the annual trap shoot and barbecue is a great opportunity to test your skill, blow some clay pigeons out of the sky and enjoy some tasty barbecue all the while benefitting a good cause.
The United Way works hand-in-hand with Labor organizations in Missouri and Illinois to provide working families with necessities and opportunities.