Colonial Shooting Academy Raises $2,300 for the Commonwealth Public Safety Memorial

Colonial Shooting Academy, the nation’s largest indoor shooting facility, presented Garth Wheeler, Virginia Shield Foundation’s Chairman, and Marla Decker, Virginia’s Secretary of Public Safety, with a check for $2,300 to benefit the Commonwealth Public Safety Memorial. On hand for Thursday’s presentation in Darden Garden on Capitol Square were General Manager Ed Coleman and retired Henrico County Chief of Police Henry Stanley. Virginia Shield thanks Ed, Henry, and all of Colonial Shooting Academy’s staff and patrons for their generosity. During the month of May, the Academy sold over 2,000 specially-designed targets to its customers, with a dollar for each target sold going toward the Memorial fund. For more information about Colonial Shooting Academy, click HERE.

Virginia Shield Vice Chairman Dave Hewes and Chairman Garth Wheeler join Secretary Marla Decker in receiving the "Big Check" from Colonial Shooting Academy's Ed Coleman and and Henry Stanley

Virginia Shield Vice Chairman Dave Hewes and Chairman Garth Wheeler join Secretary Marla Decker in receiving the “Big Check” from Colonial Shooting Academy’s General Manager Ed Coleman and Chief Henry Stanley.

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