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Bustin' for Badges celebrates its fifth year

Bustin' for Badges Logo (Source: Bustinforbadges.org) Bustin' for Badges Logo (Source: Bustinforbadges.org)
MIDLAND-ODESSA, TX (KWES) -

Sharpshooters take aim as Bustin' for Badges celebrates its fifth year at Windwalker Farms and the Midland County Horseshoe April 27-28, 2018.

The annual sporting clays tournament raises money for the Midland and Ector County Sheriff’s Offices, and the Midland and Odessa Police Departments.

This year attendees can expect food, prizes worth up to $9,000, and live music, including a performance by Kyle Park.

Since its establishment in 2014, the tournament has raised over $1,000,000 in gross proceeds to purchase new equipment and technology for local law enforcement agencies.

There are many opportunities to contribute to this non-profit event and donations are tax tax-deductible. 

For a full schedule of events and more information visit www.BustinForBadges.org.

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