Shootout to target Muscular Dystrophy

By Jade Cunningham |

Published 05/07 2014 10:38AM

Updated 05/07 2014 12:08PM

It's a shooting event for a great cause, and 100% of funds raised stays here in the ArkLaTex.

It's the 4th annual Oilmen against Muscular Dystrophy Shootout.

The organization was started by Kelly Goodwin, whose son is fighting the disease.

Now four years later, they've raised more than $140,000, which will help fund resources that help those with Muscular Dystrophy.

It all goes to the ArkLaTex MDA.

The shootout is this Saturday (May 10th) at 7am.

You can register prior to the event at or day of.

All registrants must attend a safety briefing on location before participating in the tournament.

The entry fee is $125, and teams of four shooters can compete.

The event is at Los Paloma Sporting Range in Benton, Louisiana (or 900 Seven Pines Rd.)

Feel free to call Goodwin at 318.245.3599 or the Range at 318.465-3498 (ask for Dickie Jester).

Their website is 

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