Thunder Ranch, a training center for civilian, corporate, law enforcement and military clientele in tactical skills and defensive firearms, recently announced a raffle that will raise funds for a special needs child.
All proceeds from the raffle will benefit the Reece Initiative, an effort formed for Reece, a special needs child suffering from what doctors termed multiple developmental disorders.
These disorders include intellectual disability, autism and vision and hearing impairment. Reece is six years-old but has the mental capacity of a one year old and will have the mental capacity of a one year old for life.
Thunder Ranch is raffling an AR15 Noveske N4 rifle, a Mossberg 223 MVP bolt action rifle that features AR15 magazines and a Thunder Ranch Mossberg 500 pump shotgun.
Tickets are priced at $20 each, and checks should be made out to the Reece Initiative.
Reece’s father is a Navy Seal of more than 18 years and has brought numerous Seals teams to the Lake County-based Thunder Ranch facility for training purposes.
Tickets may be purchased at the Lake County Examiner and will be available until July 10. The raffle drawing will take place on Tuesday, July 15.
For more information on the raffle, visit Thunder Ranch’s Facebook page or visit http://reeceinitiative.org/.