HAWORTH, N.J. -- The Haworth Police Auxiliary is holding its annual target shoot to win holiday turkeys this weekend, with the proceeds going to help active and retired military personnel and their families in Bergen County.
Proceeds specifically will go to the Bergen County Police Chiefs Association and the "Pyro's Wings" Foundation scholarship fund named for Capt. Will "Pyro" DuBois, a popular F-16 fighter pilot killed in battle.
Dubois's jet crashed in the Middle East on Dec. 1, 2014 during Operation Inherent Resolve. His widow is former Haworth resident Ashley Jones and his brother- and sister-in-law are Luke and Jennifer Kottke.
The event will run from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at the Haworth Police Shooting Range on the north side of the Haworth Swim Club off Durie Avenue and Lake Shore Drive.
Ticket price for entry to the shoot and one target is $6.
Additional targets are $4 each.