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AIM For Recovery – Postponed

March 30

There is No Hero in Heroin (TINHIH) is a local 501c3 non-profit charity that has been operating in Las Vegas, NV since 2013.

In the last ten years, TINHIH has become a leader in the recovery community as well as a vocal advocate for sustainable recovery programs at the local, state and federal level. TINHIH’s banner achievement is the vision and driving force of CCSD’s Mission High School in downtown Las Vegas which opened in the Fall of 2017. Mission High School is recognized as the first entirely public-funded, recovery-focused school of its kind in the nation. Subsequently the Alternative Peer Group was formed and is now a stand alone entity that supports students in recovery. TINHIH most recently launched outpatient services treatment center for youth and adults.

AIM for Recovery is one of TINHIH’s fundraising activities. To date, TINHIH has been able to provide over $55,000.00 towards 1-month rent vouchers. These vouchers are between $500-$600 per month and are awarded to local sober homes here in Las Vegas.

A lot of people have compared sporting clays to golf and some even call it golf with shotguns. Strap your shotgun in to one of golf carts and set off into the rolling desert terrain stopping at each station to shoot clays. Every station is unique in its set-up. Shoot at various targets going away from you, crossing left to right or right to left, incomers, or even clays rolling through the desert sand simulating rabbits. After shooting a round of sporting clays, you will definitely want to come back for another round.

Pro Gun Club’s sporting clays course stretches a little over a mile along desert terrain with 21 stations set for the beginner shooter all the way to the master class shooters. . No matter the skill level, the course will offer a fun and exciting experience. The course overlooks the Eldorado Valley and Boulder City providing a scenic setting for the shooter’s enjoyment.





March 30
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