(Marengo, OH) The Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) is partnering again with the Kids and Clays Foundation to host the 5th Annual registered two-day sporting clay charity event at the Cardinal Shooting Center in Marengo, Ohio!
The registered event will be held Friday July 17 and Saturday July 18 during SSSF’s Scholastic Clay Target Program National Championships. The event is open to parents and coaches of athletes attending the SCTP, the athletes themselves as well as the general public.
All registrants for the event will be entered in a drawing for a large prize package of firearms, outdoor and shooting gear worth more than $10,000! Prizes, donated by many great sponsors, are listed below.
All precautions possible are being taken for this event to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. Please contact us for more information.
Click here to sign up for this event today or visit www.winscoreonline.com and select event “SCTP Registered Fundraiser.” The event is open to those participating or attending the SCTP National Championships as well as the public.
The Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation (SSSF) is the nation’s leader in youth development shooting sports programs. The Kids and Clays Foundation supports a series of shooting events across the country with all proceeds benefitting Ronald McDonald House Charities. All proceeds from this special two-day event will help each organization fulfill their mission.
“We’re not only happy to partner with Kids & Clays on this event but are thrilled to be able to offer such a large prize package just for participating in the event,” said Tom Wondrash, SCTP National Program Director. “While we had to jump through many hoops to make this year’s National Championships a reality, we are extremely thankful to those that helped and supported us! The Charity shoot with Kids & Clays has become a staple of our National’s and we hope to continue that tradition for years to come!”
Besides the great prizes, top finishers in this registered event will be recognized with trophies.
A portion of the proceeds, through the Kids & Clays Foundation, benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities, who provide housing and other help to tens of thousands of critically ill children and their families across the country each year.
“SCTP has worked tirelessly to ensure their Nationals and this event can occur in spite of the adversity we all are facing. We are blessed to be associated with such a quality organization as the SCTP,” said Doug Jeanneret, Kids & Clays Foundation executive director. “We certainly invite all who have an interest in shooting and also in helping youth to attend this marquis event.”
Proceeds will also benefit the SCTP’s scholarship program providing assistance to graduating high school seniors continuing their education in college. Scholarship applications are available on the SSSF’s website.
The Prize Package for participants of the sporting clay event includes:
- Silver Field 12ga Shotgun
- A 300 Outlander Shotgun
- 555 O/U 20ga Shotgun
- MC1sc 9mm Handgun
- Upland Hunter 410ga (Ducks Unlimited Edition)
- IS300 Field 12ga. Semi Auto
- CZ USA
- Drake 12ga. Over/Under
- Winchester Ammunition – 2 cases
- Nobel Sport Ammunition – 4 cases
- Pigeon Trap Machine
- White Flyer
- Assorted Merchandise
- $200 Gift Certificate
- Chiller Chair
- Assorted Water Bottles
- Cooling Towels and Bandanas
- Camp Chef
- ULU Hatchet
- Outdoorsman Survival Combo
- Blackout 6V Handlamp
- Lona Shell Box Flint
- Buckmark Storage Box 2 pack
- Pistol Case
- The Dauntless Shooting Glasses
- Electronic Ear Muffs
- Eye, Ear Protection Combo
- Hand Throwers
For more details on the special two-day sporting clay event or for more information on the SSSF’s Scholastic Clay Target Program visit www.sssfonline.org or contact Amanda Wondrash at email@example.com or Tom Wondrash at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about the Kids & Clays Foundation visit www.kidsandclays.com or contact Doug Jeanneret (Doug@kidsandclays.com) or Zac Lemmon (Zac@kidsandclays.com) or call 219-874-2100.
For more information on the Cardinal Shooting Center, visit