Associated General Contractors of Minnesota hosted 154 shooters at its 20th annual Sporting Clays Fundraiser on Sept. 18 at the Minnesota Horse and Hunt Club, Prior Lake, Minn.
More than $6,000 was raised for the AGC of Minnesota Foundation. This money will be used for scholarships to students in postsecondary programs at schools around the state that focus on construction management or specific trades.
This year's winners were:
- Top Team — Veit
- Top Gun Gal — Larissa Indrebo of Road Machinery and Supplies Co.
- Top Gun — Steve Coutant of Granite Construction
Join AGC of Minnesota for the 21st annual Sporting Clays Fundraiser, which will take place Sept. 16, 2020 at the Horse and Hunt Club.
AGC of Minnesota is celebrating its 100th Anniversary. Organized in 1919, the Minnesota chapter has supported the building and highway construction industries statewide. It serves to provide information, education and training for industry members. CEG
(L-R): Steve Hosier, Jason Mueller, Mike Cook, Mitch Sumstad and Owen Gammell of Team Veit were Top Team at the AGC Minnesota Sporting Clays event.
Road Machinery and Supplies Company’s Larissa Indrebo earned Top Gun Gal at the AGC Minnesota event.
The Top Gun prize went to Steve Coutant of Granite Construction.
Participants competed for Top Gun status as they raised money for AGC of Minnesota scholarships.
Members of Team Ceco Concrete were on hand at AGC of Minnesota’s 20th annual Sporting Clays Fundraiser.
The team of Road Machinery and Supplies is ready for the competition.
Skold Specialty Contracting did its part to help AGC of Minnesota raise more than $6,000 for scholarships at the annual fundraiser.
Granite Construction team members joined forces at AGC of Minnesota’s Sporting Clay event.
Team Dem-Con was among the 154 shooters at AGC of Minnesota’s 20th annual Sporting Clays Fundraiser on Sept. 18 at the Minnesota Horse and Hunt Club.