Clay Shoot benefit for Good News Clubs
SOCIETY HILL – Child Evangelism Fellowship’s Heart of the Palmetto Chapter is hosting a Clay Shoot Benefit for Good News Clubs on Saturday, April 14, at Moree’s Sportsman Preserve.
This fund-gathering event is open to youth and adult shooters. Shooters under 18 must be accompanied by an adult or chaperone.
Individual and team awards will be given based on the Lewis Class scoring system. Pre-registration is recommended; however, on-site registration will be available, space permitting.
Registration fees are $100 for individuals and $300 for teams of three shooters. Registration includes one round of 100 sporting clays per shooter, lunch provided by Junebugs Care, and door prize opportunities. Shooters will provide their own gun and shells. Shooters are welcome to provide their own golf cart or ATV for transportation.
Check-in and registration begins at 8 am and shooting begins at 9 am. Lunch, along with a silent auction and door prize drawings, will be served at 11:30 am.
Registration forms are available on the Heart of the Palmetto website, heartofthepalmetto.org or by contacting John Collins (843) 687-5298 or Ron Pruitt (843) 495-3315.
Good News Clubs are afterschool Bible clubs that usually meet in elementary schools. The mission of CEF Heart of the Palmetto Chapter is to share the hope of Jesus Christ with children throughout Florence, Darlington, Chesterfield, Marlboro, and Dillon counties. Currently, 30 Good News Clubs met in elementary schools enrolling nearly 1,500 children.
Sponsorship opportunities are available to corporations, businesses, and individuals who would be interested in supporting the Clay Shoot Benefit for Good News Clubs.