An item being raffled off as part of a fundraiser for Hidden Valley High School has raised a few eyebrows.

Reacting to complaints, school officials on Tuesday either asked or instructed the school’s booster club to remove a Facebook post advertising an AR-15 rifle — a semi-automatic version of the U.S. military’s M16 rifle — for sale as part of club’s fifth annual dinner and auction on Nov. 11.

By then, the post on the site “Hidden Valley High School Mustangs!!” had gone viral locally.

“Celebrate your 2nd Amendment rights & support the Hidden Valley Mustangs,” the post read. It included an image of an AR-15 and the logo for a gun manufacturer called DPMS Panther Arms.

Read the full story at the Grants Pass Daily Courier.