WISCONSIN RAPIDS – Mid-State Technical College supporters gathered at the Wisconsin Trapshooting Association in Nekoosa on Sept. 6 for the Foundation’s fourth-annual Trapshoot Fundraiser. The fun, team-based competition raised approximately $5,000 for emergency grant programs that benefit students in financial need.
The first-place team was comprised of Brian Krause, Kevin Krause, Fred Krause, Darryl Clauson and Michael Zdroik. Overall high female score went to Alex Lendved with a score of 34. Darryl Clauson and Brian Krause tied at 48 for the overall high male score, with Clauson coming out on top after a tie-breaking shootout.
“This was truly amazing event, and fun was had by all,” said Jill Steckbauer, director of Foundation & Alumni. “It’s a powerful testament to the generosity of our participants and volunteers to help students succeed.”
Mid-State staff and community competitors join President Dr. Shelly Mondeik, front and third from right, at the College’s Trapshoot Fundraiser in Nekoosa on Sept. 6. The competition combined fun with a good cause, raising approximately $5,000 to support student emergency grants.
About Mid-State Technical College
Mid-State, one of 16 colleges in the Wisconsin Technical College System, offers associate degrees, technical diplomas and certificates in a variety of high-demand fields. With campuses in Adams, Marshfield, Stevens Point, and Wisconsin Rapids, the College district serves a resident population of approximately 171,370. Mid-State’s supportive environment, state-of-the-art technology and faculty with professional experience in the fields they teach provide Mid-State graduates with real-world skills, knowledge, experience and confidence they need for an in-demand career. More than 9 in 10 Mid-State graduates are employed within six months of graduation. Visit the College’s website at mstc.edu.
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