‘Breaking Clays for Kids’ organizers and supporters include (above, from left) Amber Loomis, Chief Advancement Officer, FSA NEPA; Senator Lisa Baker; and Michael Zimmerman, CEO, FSA NEPA.
The ‘Breaking Clays for Kids’ 4th Annual Clay Shoot benefiting the Children’s Center of Susquehanna & Wyoming Counties is officially open for registration for the Friday, June 21 event at Rock Mountain Sporting Clays.
The event is the largest charity shoot supporting the Children’s Center of Susquehanna & Wyoming Counties attracting 50+ participants each year. The registration fee is $120 for individuals and $400 for teams of four. Registration fee includes ammo, breakfast, lunch and a t-shirt. Registration begins at 9 am with a 10 am shotgun start.
Awards will be giving to the top Male, Female, and Youth shooters. There will also be door prizes, Mulligan’s, a money station, and a gift basket raffle.
Proceeds from the Breaking Clays for Kids Clay Shoot benefit the Children’s Center of Susquehanna & Wyoming Counties, a private, nonprofit, charitable organization overseen by Family Services Association of NEPA. The mission of the Children’s Center is to provide a safe, comfortable environment for children and their families as they go through the interviewing and examination process after disclosing some type of traumatic experience.
“Family Service Association is proud to celebrate 4 years of supporting the Children’s Center via this fun sporting event,” CEO of Family Service Association, Michael Zimmerman said. “We are proud to have the continued support from Senator Lisa Baker for this annual event. Like Senator Baker, we are dedicated to serving children affected by abuse and providing them with the best care possible.”
Individuals and teams may register online at breakingclays2019.eventbrite.com
For more information, please contact Amber Loomis at ALoomis@fsanepa.org or (570) 823-5144 ext. 309.
Family Service Association of Northeastern Pennsylvania (FSA NEPA) is a non-profit, non-sectarian organization that has served the needs of children, individuals and families since our founding in 1895. Our Children’s Center (a child advocacy center) provides coordinated services for child victims of physical or sexual abuse in Susquehanna or Wyoming Counties, PA (forensic interviews, medical exams, coordination of victims services, and trauma services). Its mission is to provide a safe, comfortable environment for children and their families as they go through the interviewing and examination processes after disclosing some type of traumatic experience. To learn more please visit: www.fsanepa.org.