“Clays for Kids" to benefit Junior League and Santa Rosa Kids’ House
Junior League of Pensacola invites local shooting enthusiasts to participate in a charity clay shoot on June 29 at Santa Rosa Shooting Center. “Clays for Kids” will raise funds for Junior League of Pensacola and a portion of proceeds will be directly gifted to Santa Rosa Kids’ House, the child advocacy center serving Santa Rosa County.
Santa Rosa Shooting Center, located at 6950 Quintette Road in Pace, is a beautiful and unique 14-station sporting clay course suitable for any level shooter. The cost to participate in Clays for Kids is $100 per shooter. Participants may register online at juniorleagueofpensacola.org/clay-shoot.
Junior League member Jennifer Major and her husband Tom, owners of Eyes by Design, are teaming up to chair Clays for Kids.
“We are excited to be partnering together on a project that supports our community,” Jennifer Major said. “Tom has been a Joe Junior Leaguer for years now. We both believe in the work of the Junior League and we are proud to present Clays for Kids as a new fundraiser to support Junior League and Santa Rosa Kids’ House.”
The tournament will begin at 10 a.m. with a shotgun start. Registration for shooters begins at 8:30 a.m., followed by a safety briefing at 9:45. A lunch and awards ceremony will complete the day. Shooters are encouraged to sign up in advance, but also can sign up the morning of the tournament.
For more tournament details or to inquire about sponsorship opportunities, call 433-4421 or email email@example.com.
About Junior League of Pensacola
Since 1956, the Junior League has been the driving force behind the initiatives and institutions that make our community a greater place to live. The Junior League of Pensacola, Inc. is a non-profit organization of women dedicated to promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women and making a difference in the lives of others. The Junior League of Pensacola mission is “Women Building Better Communities.” Learn more at www.JuniorLeagueofPensacola.org.
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