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Yesterday, it was announced that the Board of Directors of the Bad Boy Blast unanimously decided to cancel this year’s Bad Boy Blast Sporting Clay Event due to COVID-19 concerns. 

 

According to a statement from the Board of Directors, “The safety and welfare of our participants is of the utmost importance and with the current risks related to Covid-19, we feel this is the best option moving forward.

 

Those who have submitted entry forms and payment will be contacted soon regarding their transactions.

 

We look forward to a strong return in 2021 and appreciate your continued support.”

 

The Bad Boy Blast Sporting Clay Event is sponsored annually by ConocoPhillips to raise money for volunteer fire departments in the Permian Basin, including the Howard County Volunteer Fire Department.

 

According to HCVFD Fire Chief Mitchell Hooper, raffle tickets are still being sold by the local volunteer fire department for a Polaris Ranger. The drawing will be held in October. He advised that this is the only money that they will be getting this year from the organization. Funds raised will go to help pay off the final yearly payment of $55,000 for Pumper 10, which was purchased in 2015.   

 

Tickets are $10 each, or $100 for a book of 10 tickets. To purchase, text Bracy Bacon at 432-816-2413.

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