Benefit held for Riverton High Senior Kara Hansen | Sentinel Times

On Saturday, March 28, hundreds of people descended on Anchor Point Indoor Archery, north of Riverton, to attend a benefit for Kara Hansen.
Kara was involved in a car accident on April 9, 2014, when her car was rear-ended and pushed into the path of an oncoming vehicle. The accident has left her body paralyzed, but not her spirit. She is working very hard to regain motion and strength to her physical body. The doctor’s had said she would never move again, but she has proved them wrong already and can now use her upper body. | Sentinel Times

Mathews Bows donated a crossbow to Kara, and Wounded Warriors donated a hunt that is held for disabled individuals. | Sentinel Times

The event included a 3-D shoot, pop-up target shoot, dart system archery, Outback Archery hosted a youth target shoot, a silent auction, a live auction, a raffle for two rifles and a shotgun and a concession stand.
Several of Kara’s teachers were on hand to assist with the event. Mr. Will Mallatt has also been in constant contact with Kara to keep her up on her homework so that she may graduate on time in May with her classmates. | Sentinel Times

The organizers of the event include Anchor Point Indoor Archery, Dart System Archery, Peterson Outdoor Ministry, Wounded Warriors, Bow Ministries Band of Warriors, Arch Angels Archer Ministries, Outdoor Brandz, F-5 Pop-up Targets, Outdoor 3D, Iron Buck Novelty Shot, Mathews Bows and Crossbows, Outback Archery, Mike Ferguson and Steve Binney were the announcers and auctioneers.
Thank you to all the volunteers, participants, donors and sponsors for helping to make this event a huge success.


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