Montgomery County Food Bank exceeded its goal at 6th Annual Shootout Hunger Fundraising Event

By: Liz Grimm
| Published 09/19/2019

From left: Akin Akanni - MCFB Board Member; Mark Compton - General Manager of Cowboy Kia; Gil Staley- Secretary of the MCFB Board of Directors; and Kelly Homes - Chairman of MCFB Board of Directors.
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MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TX - The Montgomery County Food Bank (MCFB) hosted their Shootout Hunger Clay Tournament on September 13th held at the premiere shooting range, Able's Gun Club in Huntsville, Texas. The event exceeded its goal by raising over $100,000 and providing over 500,000 meals to children, seniors, and families in need in Montgomery County.

The event, with Cowboy Kia of Conroe as the Presenting Sponsor, hosted 176 participants. The 6th annual event was filled with networking, clay shooting, and building awareness on the issues of food insecurity in Montgomery County.

“The 2019 MCFB Shootout Hunger was a great success!” said Brett Mendenhall, Montgomery County Food Bank Board Member and Shootout Hunger Committee Chair. “We would like to thank Cowboy Kia and all of our other sponsors for their generosity. I have been involved with this event for two years now and it is so rewarding to be a part of something where you see local companies helping better the lives of local citizens.”

Allison Hulett, President & CEO of Montgomery County Food Bank stated, “I am touched by the support we received at our Shootout Hunger event this year. The companies and individuals that came out to support the Montgomery County Food Bank represent some of the best in our community. We had a fun day together, all for the benefit of serving those in need.”

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