Tourney raises more than $11,000 for hospice
CENTREVILLE — Compass Regional Hospice hosted its first sporting clay tournament for 70 shooters on Sept. 23 at Schrader’s Outdoors in Henderson. The event raised more than $11,650 that will be invested in priorities that consider the current and future needs of the residents it serves in Queen Anne’s, Kent and Caroline counties.
The 70 shooters who participated in the Compass Regional Hospice sporting clay tournament moved through Schrader’s world-class sporting clay course and participated in many activities, including shooting the five stand and long bird and wacky rabbit competitions. Raffle and door prizes were also awarded at the closing reception.
“As a non-profit organization Compass Regional Hospice relies on the financial support of the community to ensure that we are always here for children, teens and adults who need us when they have been diagnosed with a life-limiting illness or grieve the death of a loved one,” said executive director Heather Guerieri. “We thank the shooters, sponsors and volunteers who supported us and Schrader’s Outdoors for their expert management of the tournament.”
Station sponsors for the Compass Regional Hospice Sporting Clay Tournament were David A. Bramble Inc., P&M Hydraulics and Rural Maryland Council.
Range sponsors were Cohee Design Build, Inc., DMS & Associates, Maryland Appliance Repair, LLC, Pixel Print & Post, J.C. Warner, Willow Construction and Precision Printing & Embroidery.
The lunch and reception sponsor was Kent Island American Legion Post 278. Beverage sponsor was G&G Distributors. Prize and raffle sponsors were Chesapeake Outdoors and Stoeger Industries.