Grand total donations for this drive came to $2,403.80 with 68 people donating. Of those, 17 people mailed in their targets. With an average of 3 categories per person. The most popular category was Handgun (15 participants) followed by Rifle (11 participants).
Below are the total votes including registration votes, additional votes based on target score, and additional votes from the 1st and 2nd place winners of each category. I realized I made the additional votes for target scoring too easy because everyone who participated got extra votes. That's not really a bad thing though. It might encourage more people to participate next time.
American Red Cross 75
Adopt a Pet 43
American Radio Relay League 32
Habitat for Humanity 27
Toys for Tots 19
Susan G Komen Foundation 17
Save the Children 15
Operation Food Search 9
American Cancer Society 6
A few people in the Missouri area paid a little bit more due to my failure to turn off the tax. oops. So, we just rolled that into the donation. Hope you don't mind.
The winning charity is American Red Cross. ZS is going to toss in another $96.50 to round the total donation up to $2500.00
The Postal Match Winners:
1st place: OkieZombies
2nd place: JamesCannon
1st place: Sckitzo
2nd place: <anonymous>
1st place: PistolPete
2nd place: Sckitzo
1st place: ericinmaryland
2nd place: Bakeel
The .22 match was kind of close and lots of people were in the 46+ scoring (max of 60).
There were only two participants in the airgun.
Those who one 1st place, be sure to thank SMoAF when you get your prize in the mail.
I'm pretty happy with this turn out. I think it's something we'll have to do again. Although, next time I'm going to offer an option on the application to allow us to share your scores/targets on the website. I don't know why I didn't think about that. It would be fun to compare.
I'll probably just have everyone email them to me as well rather than mail them in. We might get more submissions that way.
Thanks again, everyone!
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