Sporting clay tournament to benefit hospice
HENDERSON — Compass Regional Hospice invites sharp shooters of all ages to join them on the course for the second Sporting Clay Tournament, scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 20.
The tournament will be held at Schrader’s Outdoors, 16090 Oakland Road, Henderson. Registration will begin at 9 a.m. and all shooters must be on the course by 11:30 a.m.
Individual shooters and teams of four are welcome. The entry fee is $100 for individual shooters, $75 for junior shooters ages 17 and younger and $400 for a team of four. Gun and golf cart rentals will be available through Schrader’s.
Proceeds of the tournament will benefit the capital campaign for Compass Regional Hospice.
Tournament participants will simultaneously move through Schrader’s worldclass sporting clay course, using 13 to 15 stations. In addition to 75 targets, there also will be several other activities, including shooting the five-stand, as well as long bird and wacky rabbit competitions.
Schrader’s has made many changes to their course with 4-trap presentations at each station. The course is tailored to challenge the most expert shooter and still be welcoming to beginners.
After play, participants are invited back to Schrader’s clubhouse, where they will enjoy a catered lunch followed by an awards ceremony. The tournament will follow Lewis Class Scoring procedures.
For more information about how to register or to become a sponsor of the Sporting Clay Tournament, contact Kenda Leager, development officer, Compass Regional Hospice, at 443262-4106 or email@example.com.
Much like a compass, the priorities of Compass Regional Hospice’s capital campaign point the way toward the future of the organization. The campaign will raise funds that will be invested in priorities that consider the current and future needs of the residents Compass Regional Hospice serves in Queen Anne’s, Kent and Caroline counties, including much-needed renovations to the Hope and Healing Center and a four-bed expansion to the organization’s Centreville hospice center.
For more information about how you can get involved, visit www.compass regionalhospice. org/ other waystogive/campaign.
A sporting clay tournament to benefit the capital campaign for Compass Regional Hospice is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 20, at Schrader’s Outdoors. From left are Jordan Tucker, development assistant, Compass Regional Hospice; Trish Schrader-Boone, general manager, Schrader’s Outdoors; and Kenda Leager, development officer, Compass Regional Hospice.