Hager discusses annual D.A.D.’s Day Clay Shoot and Upcoming Election

On the Sept. 4 episode of America’s Work Force Radio Podcast, Columbus/Central Ohio Building and Construction Trades Council Executive Secretary-Treasurer Dorsey Hager discussed the newly elected Speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives, the upcoming presidential election and the annual Dollars Against Diabetes (D.A.D.’s) Clay Shoot.

Hager discussed his opinion on Rep. Robert Cupp (R-Lima), who was recently elected as Speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives. Cupp replaced embattled Speaker Larry Householder, who was removed from the position following his arrest on federal bribery charges.

In the past, Hager has spoken to Cupp about various topics. He is looking forward to seeing what leadership Cupp will provide, as Hager described him to be a bright, fair-minded and an honest person.

While sticking on political topics, Hager discussed a recent poll of registered Franklin County voters revealed 86 percent intend to vote in this year’s election, and 60 percent will vote prior to Election Day.

COVID-19 doesn’t stop annual D.A.D.’s Day Clay Shoot

Despite being pushed back due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual Dollars Against Diabetes (D.A.D.’s) Clay Shoot is set for Sept. 12.

While the registration deadline has passed, Hager is encouraging those who are interested and have not signed up, to give him a call at 614-361-2114. Currently, several spots open on his team.

The cost to attend the fundraiser is $110 a person, which includes a gun (if you do not have one), amo for the day and lunch. Participants are not allowed to bring their own ammo.

Since 1988, the C/COBCT has raised nearly $124,000 for the organization.


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