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Clay Shoot looks to exceeds expectations
Tim Harris looks on as a competitor prepares to shoot a clay pigeon. - photo by By Patty Leon / Coastal Courier


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Tim Harris (left), owner of ACE Hardware in Jesup and Hinesville and this year's title sponsor, prepares to launch a clay pigeon as a competitor takes careful aim at the Dorchester Clay Shootout Saturday morning to benefit the American Diabetes Association. The money continues to roll in from the shootout and other "Repiglican" party activities for this year 's Kiss-A-Pig competition. Team Liberty candidate Dan Creasy said he hopes to have the final tally by the end of the week but is confident the skeet shoot beat last year's $72,000.
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