On Tuesday, Sept. 28, Lonie Paxton helped put together a fundraiser to benefit the Active Force Foundation (AFF).
The inaugural Lonie Paxton Celebrity Sporting Clays Challenge was a success, held at Kiowa Creek Sporting Club near Bennett, Colo., and attended by fellow Broncos Kyle Orton, Brady Quinn, Russ Hochstein, Zane Beadles, J.D. Walton, Justin Bannan and Britton Colquitt, as well as Broncos Vice President of Security Dave Abrams.
In addition, U.S. Army wounded warriors from the Warrior Transition Battalion at Fort Carson, Colo., attended the event.
“When service men and women return from war or duty, AFF strives to create an experience that temporarily releases them from the constant mental and physical stresses they’re eduring,” Paxton said. “For AFF to have an impact on soldiers’ lives when they come back is the entire reason we do what we do. Our camps really show what the fundraising and our team can accomplish, but the events themselves are a way to involve teammates, the community, sponsors, servicemen and women, and the Active Force team in a fun environment that reiterates the purpose, but also have a fun time doing it.”
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