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    Thank You Anonymous Contributor.

    For last weeks Tomball Gun Club Money Shoot, I received a money order for $200 from a person who did not identify themselves. The envelope had no return address, and the money order, made out to me, had no identifying address, it just said USA. The signature was just a scribbled line. It cleared my bank.

    The note inside said he, ( or she), had seen the post on Benchrest.com and wanted to make a contribution, but wished to do it in anominity.

    Who ever you are, I thank you for supporting our Match and help making it a success.

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    anonymous?

    Democrat candidate campaign manager

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    Thumbs up Yes,

    Quote Originally Posted by jackie schmidt View Post
    For last weeks Tomball Gun Club Money Shoot, I received a money order for $200 from a person who did not identify themselves. The envelope had no return address, and the money order, made out to me, had no identifying address, it just said USA. The signature was just a scribbled line. It cleared my bank.

    The note inside said he, ( or she), had seen the post on Benchrest.com and wanted to make a contribution, but wished to do it in ano

    Who ever you are, I thank you for supporting our Match and help making it a success.
    I'll 2nd that... Thank you Sir...

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    Did they say what to do with the money?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike cockcroft View Post
    Did they say what to do with the money?
    Since it was a VFS match at Tomball, I believe the instructions were "Give it to Jackie".

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike cockcroft View Post
    Did they say what to do with the money?
    I added the $200 to the purse, making the cash payout $1250

    The prizes included
    $1000 donated by R.C. Schmidt & Sons Inc,
    $50 donated by Northside Glass, Richard Pullum owner.
    50 fully formed 30BR cases donated by Wes Johnson, valued at $100
    13.5 twist Bartlien 6mm LV Blank donated by John Jones, valued at $334
    1-18 twist Krieger 30 caliber blank donated by R.C. Schmidt & Sons Inc, valued at $334
    $200 donated by an anonymous contributor.

    The total prizes came to just over $2000.
    Last edited by jackie schmidt; 06-12-2019 at 11:18 PM.

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