Place of Hope welcomed more than 300 shooters to its 6th Annual Sporting Clays Fun Shoot on January 19th. A record-breaking 80 teams shot flying clays on three loaded courses. Great weather, combined with high energy, made for a stellar fundraiser, benefiting the foster children in Place of Hope’s care.
Clay Shoot winning teams were Christ Fellowship Okeechobee (first place), Kitchen Strand (second place) and Waterfront Properties and Club Communities (third place). Underwritten by Co-Presenting Sponsors BMO Private Bank and Joe and Angie Psalmonds/Psalmonds Family Foundation, the Clay Shoot was held at the South Florida Shooting Club in Palm City and included a buffet lunch, raffles, live auction and awards ceremony.
“Each month, in Palm Beach and Martin counties, there are more than 150 children being removed from their homes due to abuse, neglect, or abandonment. Place of Hope wants to save the lives of these kids, and the community showed its support by forming teams and sponsoring our 2018 Sporting Clays Fun Shoot in an amazing way,” said Mike Burke, who co-chaired the event with Co-Chair Mike Dyer.
For more information, visit www.placeofhope.com.