Scott Goebel and Steve Kent of El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office Takes First in Top Cop Challenge
firstname.lastname@example.org, May 25, 2012Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort hosted the Top Cop Challenge Awards Banquet last weekend and raised more than $17,000 for the Wounded Warriors Project.
The event was held Saturday, May 19 at the Jackson Rancheria Hotel, hosted by Gold Country Firearms and sponsored by Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort and American Legion Post 108.
Winners of the Top Cop challenge included individual competition winners. First place winner was Jose Arevalos of the Jackson Police Department. Second place was Brian Bila of El Dorado County Sheriff’s Department.
Team competition winners included first place winners Scott Goebel and Steve Kent of the El Dorado Sheriff’s Department. Second place went to Jon Kent and Bob Palk of Jackson Rancheria Tribal Security.
Proceeds from the event, almost $18,000, will benefit the Wounded Warriors Project, which raises awareness and aid for the needs of injured servicemen and servicewomen.
The event was coordinated by Joe Dirickx of Gold Country Firearms. Committee members included Joe Dirickx, Dean Bennett, Curt Campbell, Brad Crisp and Dan Quinn. The committee gave special thanks to Bo Marks, Robert Dalton Junior, Alan Lennox, Ron Olivero, Emily Tirapelle, Julie Sterner and Alissa Hartwig.
Awards were provided by JB’s Awards and Custom Apparel. Music was performed by 10 Gallon Heart. Master of Ceremonies was Jeff Seaton