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Shooting enthusiasts are invited to join us for an afternoon clay shoot followed by cocktails, dinner, and an inspiring program. Dinner only tickets are also available for those who don’t want to shoot but still want to support Texans with ALS. We look forward to gathering together in Houston on March 3 AND Dallas on April 3. Registration is open now!


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Note from Tonya: Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda

Note from Tonya: Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda

Recently, some very dear friends of mine, who also admire great mentors who inspire and motivate, connected me to Rhea Wong.  I am hooked on her message delivery, wit, and gems of wisdom!  The title of one of her recent messages was “Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda”, and...

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Remembering Bubba Moore: Houston Clay Shoot Hero

Remembering Bubba Moore: Houston Clay Shoot Hero

Leonard “Bubba” Moore had a thirst for excellence that drove him forward for his whole life. He served in the US Navy, volunteered for community events, and enjoyed life to the fullest. He was married to Kathy Moore for 53 years and had 3 wonderful children and 3...

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Running to Do More

Running to Do More

Craig Julien never chose to run, running was always a means to an end. In junior high, he ran to stay in shape for soccer and swimming. After seeing his brother Brett fall in love with running in high school, Craig decided to try cross-country running. In his early...

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