A generous donation

Pictured at the check presentation are, from left, Richmond Chief of Police J.J. Craig, Legacy Ford owner Ron Ewer, RCPAAA President-Elect Stephanie Martin and Richmond police Lt. Lowell Neinast.

Ron Ewer, owner of Legacy Ford, presented a $2,500 check to the Richmond Citizen’s Police Academy Alumni Association (RCPAAA), to become a Gold Sponsor for the first-ever RCPAAA Sporting Clays Tournament.

This event, which will support the Richmond Police Department, will be held on Saturday, May 8, 2021.

The RCPAAA is hosting the event at Texas Premier Sporting Arms, located at 7311 SH 36 South in Sealy.

“This will be our first event of this type and having Legacy Ford support us with this very generous donation is a great start to what we expect to be a great event,” said Richmond Police Lt. Lowell Neinast.

“We are still looking for shooting teams to sign up and enjoy a fun filled day at the tournament.

For further information please visit our website at https://www.richmondtx.gov/departments/police-department/citizens-police-academy .

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