Kickback: Annual Birdseye fire department match

Photos by Alisha Jucevic/The Herald  
Jaron Wiseman of Birdseye, 12, fired a shot at his target Sunday during the annual Birdseye Volunteer Fire Department shooting match at the Birdseye Conservation Club. Jaron’s father, Ron, back center, is a board member at the conservation club and helped coordinate the event. The shooting matches, lunch and quilt raffle raised more than $5,000 for the Birdseye Volunteer Fire Department.

 

Kody Morgan of Huntingburg, from left, Kenny Bass of Grandview and Glen Haase of Huntingburg shot at their targets during Sunday's shoot.

 

Shane Leibering of Jasper focused before taking his shot during Sunday's ham shoot.

 

Danny Hopper of Mitchell, center, joked around with a toy kid's gun as he chatted with friends during Sunday's shoot.



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