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AIM High Fundraiser 2022

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Thank you to all this year’s sponsors, shooters, and guests. The Aim High Fundraiser continues its momentum with the largest number of shooters ever. There were 313 shooters over both days from New Mexico, Texas and Oklahoma who all competed for prizes.

Even though there was a rain delay on Saturday, the sporting clay shoot and 5 stand filled the weekend with fun, laughs, great shots, and beautiful scenery. Participants also enjoyed the evening banquet for a dinner, dancing, and auction in the Inn of the Mountain God’s ballroom. More than 400 attended the evening event.

With great pleasure we announce that the net proceeds for the AIM HIGH 2022 fundraiser were:


This could not be possible without each and every one of you!

We are already gearing up and starting to plan for 2023, so mark your calendars. AIM HIGH will be a two-day event again next year starting on Friday, June 23. Reminders will be sent out to pre-register.

Here are AIM HIGH 2022 WINNERS:

Top team winner of the shoot was the “Care Bears,” with a total score of 342, comprised of Dillon Lopez, Hayden Casson, Mason Cartwright, and William Heath.

Second place winners were the “2 B Hacienda Orchards” team with a total score of 316, consisting of Billy Bryan, Jeff Heath, Kevin Phillips, and Jordan Milam (Jordan is not pictured).

Top individual shooter and top youth shooter winner of the Casey White Memorial Buckle was Hayden Casson, with a score of 93 out of 100!

Richard Mendez won the drawing for the CZ USA All American shotgun!

All proceeds help support the academic needs of ENMU-Ruidoso students through scholarships and other resources. Through this event, new friendships and relationships have formed that will continue to grow and establish long lasting educational benefits for the ENMU-Ruidoso campus.

Thank you for your support!

Rhonda Vincent, Director
ENMU-Ruidoso Foundation
rhonda.vincent@enmu.edu | 575.937.1475 Cell