From young and old people come to the shooting range to give it their best shot to shoot for the cure. "If you talk to anybody they have family members who are affected by cancer of one form or another." Tim Schmidt says this is the second year of doing this event that raises money for less fortunate who are faced with a life threatening disease which hits very close to home for him. "Being a cancer survivor myself and having to deal with cancer, knowing that the treatment is taken care of and that I can just concentrate on the cure and the treatment itself it's wonderful." Someone else who cancer hits close to home is Norma Torres who's mother was first diagnosed with breast cancer three years ago. "She's been in remission. unfortunately this past two weeks they found some traces of it coming back." Norma says she has faith that since her mom has beaten cancer before that she will this time too. "My mom is a wonderful person. She's raised six kids on her own but she's a fighter so we know we'll get through this together." She says it's not just her mother that was affected by cancer. "I did lose my sister about six years ago to lung cancer so yes it's been hitting close to home." She urges anyone battling cancer to never give up, especially her mother. "Mom I love you and let's keep on fighting together."