Gun Raffles for the Families
How it Works
- Choose your favorite gun or guns
- Purchase tickets
- Win a rifle
Winners will be announced on July 16th.
100% of all ticket sales will go to the families of these three men.
How Can I Help?
In addition to purchasing raffle ticket you can:
- Donate directly to the families via Venmo – @Katherine-Palmer-11
- Volunteer to help with yard/bake sale
- Donate antlers to memorial arch (drop off at 158 S 200 E)
- See the list of other fundraising below and see what works for you
In Memory Of
After college Cameron moved back to his hometown, Blanding, and served his community by work as a counselor at San Juan Counseling. He loved this area and was proud to show it all to his kids, taking them hiking, fishing, camping, and hunting. He was a great father who gathered his four little kids up to take them to explore the world.
He was an outdoorsman, a fisherman, a hunter, a husband, and father. He is survived by his wife, Liz, and their four, small children.
With his iconic and goofy hat, Kyle was recognizable even from a distance. He was a great friend. He was always talking, always willing to jump in and help, and almost always concerned with others more than himself. He was happy to help fix a fence, work on a truck, work on a yard, or remove driveway snow.
While Kyle & Bree didn’t have their own children Kyle made friends with kids along the way, sometimes teaching them how to swear. Kyle was the kind of friend most of us should strive to be.
Kyle is survived by his wife, Bree.
Parker loved life. He was an artist, musician, a hunter, and an outdoorsman. He loved shed hunting and always seems to know where to find the best sheds. He overcame a lot in his life but always had that smile plastered on his bearded face.
Parker was the kind of person who was happy, happy to chat in the store, happy with his adorable family, happy to start his own business. He was intensely proud of his adorable blonde-headed boys.
Parker is survived by his wife, Mckenzii, and his three, little boys.
The worst part of life is death. These young families have a long way to go to re-build what was taken from them. We want to make their next steps easier by reducing the financial burden as much as we can. There are a lot of unknowns when you lose one of the heads of your household.
100% of all ticket sales will go to help these families find their footing as they focus on healing.
Other Ways to Help
Bake Sale & Auction
An auction, yard sale, and bake sale are in the works as well. Stay tuned for the details. We will post them as they come. The auction items are incredible and range from custom sugar cookies, to photo sessions, to botox treatments.
Donate directly to the families via Venmo. Family is gathering donations through the Venmo account @Katherine-Palmer-11.
To commemorate their love of hunting, the art teacher, Nikki Safrit, is creating a memorial arch – made out of antlers for Cameron, Kyle, and Parker. She is looking for donations of antlers, and more antlers. Currently, the arch is planned to sit as a permanent fixture at a local park. Please drop off antlers at Logan Monson’s (158 S 200 E).
Illuminated Moments (Dominique Sherrow) is doing 4th of July mini sessions. All proceeds from the mini sessions are going to the families of Cameron, Kyle, and Parker. Click the photo above for more info.
Bear Skins Custom Ink is adding a CKP t-shirt to their San Juan Proud shop. Every memorial t-shirt you buy goes to help provide for the families left behind in this tragedy. Click the image above to shop.