Margie and Ron Frazier, longtime supporters of the Lake of the Ozarks Shootout, came up with the idea of a quilt to celebrate the 10th anniversary marking the move from the 21-mile marker to Captain Ron's on the westside.
Margie and Ron Frazier, longtime supporters of the Lake of the Ozarks Shootout, came up with the idea of a quilt to celebrate the 10th anniversary marking the move from the 21-mile marker to Captain Ron’s on the westside.
Over the years, the race that began in 1988, has become one of the largest unsanctioned boating events in the world. It supports more than 30 organizations and fire departments around the lake through charitable contributions from the proceeds.
“We are very thankful to be able to take part in it and help our fire department (Coffmen Bend Firefighters Association),” the Frazier’s said. “Thanks to Ron Duggan and his family who care enough to take the time and effort to organize this great event.”
Duggan was the force behind getting the Shootout moved to the westside. He is also the owner of Captain Ron’s, the host venue.
This quilt represents the 2 winners of the Remote Control Power Boats, and the Top Gun winners for the last 10 years.
The quilt was made and designed by Margie and Ron Frazier. Layout and photos on silk by Jeanese Hedricks (Instant Signs on the Strip); Machine quilted by Anna Smith, from Maw & Paw Quilting in Buffalo. Photos for the quilt were provided courtesy of George Denny.
The quilt was presented to Ron Duggan on August 16, 2017 by Margie and Ron Frazier, George Denny and Jeanese Hedricks.