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ABC chapter holds sporting clay shoot in Pa.

October 24, 2009

BLUE RIDGE SUMMIT, Pa. - Associated Builders and Contractors Inc., Cumberland Valley Chapter, held its third annual Sporting Clay Shoot Oct. 2 at Hill Country sporting preserve in Blue Ridge Summit.

Six squads participated in the outing. Shooters traveled to various stations to test their skill at shooting clays. The top three squads were presented trophies.

They were: first-place squad from Musser Mechanical and Enterprise Fleet - Jonathan Ehrhart, Jody Myers, Steve Fraizer and Seth Bleakley.

Second-place squad from Heritage Roofing - Daylon Query, Jake Query, Jim Gress and Lorne Peters.

Third-place squad: Valley Quarries - Joe Mumma, Nate Horton, Chad Mickey and John Fegan.

The top six shooters - Jonathan Ehrhart, Daylon Query, Lorne Peters, Tony Diferdinando, Steve Frazier and Tom Krenitsky - squared off in a 25-shot elimination round.

Daylon Query and Tony Diferdinando tied on the shoot. After a 10-round shoot-off, there was another tie. Diferdinando finally prevailed. He and Query were invited to the 2010 Skeet Shoot free of charge.


Other companies participating were Laurel Sand, CJ Miller, LLC, GRC General Contractor Inc, Eagle Construction, Hitt Contracting, and RCD Inc. Electrical Services.

The following businesses were the day's sponsors: Air-Row Sheet Metal Co.; NYT Certified Public Accountant; and Valley Quarries Inc.

ABC is a national trade association with more than 25,000 firms across the nation, and locally more than 200 employers are members of the Cumberland Valley Chapter.

ABC has been providing construction industry-related services to its members for more than 50 years.

Membership services include business contacts and referral, apprenticeship, management education, craft training, safety hotline, lobbying, employee benefits and legal hotline.

For more information, call Joan Warner, ABC president, at 301-739-1190.

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