Denver, CO – Mortenson held its 11th annual T-Bone Memorial Clay Shoot on July 23rd. The event, hosted by Mortenson’s Denver office, raised funds for American Military Families (AMF), an organization that supports returning servicemen and women and their families. The T-Bone Clay Shoot was established in 2005 to help build adaptive construction for veterans returning from duty with disabilities and the partnership with AMF was established in 2009. The annual event involves individual and team clay shooting competitions.
This year, more than 200 shooters were in attendance, the largest participation in the event’s history. The support of the shooters’ entry fees and the support of the event sponsors resulted in the $25,000 donation.
“We are extremely appreciative of Mortenson’s efforts, along with the support of their trade partners, for all the support that was so generously given,” said American Military Family founder Debbie Quackenbush McElhinney.
“We’re pleased to be able to support American Military Families and our veterans who have so selflessly served and sacrificed,” said John Pole, Field Operations Manager for Mortenson’s Denver office. “American Military Families helps those veterans who, upon return from active duty, find themselves struggling in one way or another,” he added.
Sponsors for the event included Architectural Doors, Belair Builders, Bestway Concrete, Brundage Bone Casey Berquist, Inc., Concrete Pumping, Concrete Frame Associates, Dakota Riggers, Dewalt Tools, Easter Owens, Encore Electric, Feathered Fowl Outfitters, Fiore and Sons, H-E Equipment, HERC Equipment, Henrylyn Water, KL&A, KHS&S, Martin Baca, Martin Marietta Concrete, MSC Safety Solutions, Milwaukee Tools, Murphy & Company, Nagel & Associates, Proline, RK Mechanical, RMD Kwik Form, RMS Cranes, Rocky Mountain Prestress, Satellite Shelters, Spacecon, Sierra Rebar, Tool and Anchor Supply, United Rentals, United Site Services, U.S. Engineering, Wagner Equipment, Waste Management, Weifield Group, and White Cap.
Photo courtesy of Mortenson. Pictured: Tyler Van Eeckhaut, Lane Brugman and Frank Pacheco, all from Mortenson