Clay shooting enthusiasts, hunters, businesses and individuals are urged to gather teams to take part in the third annual Charity Clay Shoot presented by Habersham County United Way.
Money raised from the Charity Clay Shoot will go to help United Way reach its 2018 Campaign Goal of $525,000.
The shoot is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 22. It will be held on the property of John Arrendale at 2320 Hardman Road.
To guarantee a spot and souvenir shirt, participants are encouraged to register by Friday, Sept. 14. The event is limited to 40 teams.
Teams and individuals (minimum age for participants is 18) may register the day of the event as long as space is available.
Shoot schedule & awards
The course is a 100 target shoot with registration starting at 8:30 a.m. Lunch will be provided for all shooters starting at noon. Cost for team registration is $400 and $100 for individuals.
Individuals will be grouped together on teams. Shooters must provide all of their own ammunition, plus eye and ear protection.
Trophies will be awarded to the top 3 teams and also to the individual top male and female shooters overall.
A special recognition, “Brothers in Blue Cup,” will be awarded to the top law enforcement agency participating. A special award will be given to the last place team, aptly named “The Biggest Waste of Lead.” Mulligans, or do overs, will be sold as well as raffle tickets for donated items to further the event’s fundraising efforts.
How to register
For more information on participating in the clay shoot, contact Heather Sinyard at 706-809-0139 or the United Way offices at 706-778-0620. Team applications and all event information is on the Habersham County United Way website at www.habershamunitedway.org.
Photos courtesy Habersham County United Way