Children’s Advocacy Center to hold Sporting Clays Tournament

Trion Industries will return as a key event sponsor and a sponsor for this year’s Clays For Kids event on June 23.Two teams the company sponsored last year included shooters (above, from left) Tom Price, Jr., Tim Gemski, Stan Kultys, Jerrett Wolfe, Lonnie Laywald, Dave Zielinski, Ross Schuleski, and Bill Healey. Susquehanna Community School District computer tech instructor John Ord (eblow, left), Blue Ridge High School students Bruce O’Dell and Kaiden Warren, and RHL Companies dispatcher Jimmer Warren shot together as the Susky Ridge Clay Slayers.

Submitted Article/2022 Photos by Rick Hiduk

The Children’s Advocacy Center of Susquehanna & Wyoming Counties (CAC) is set to hold the 8th Annual Breaking Clays for Kids, Sporting Clays Tournament on Friday, June 23, at Rock Mountain Sporting Clays, Springville, with breakfast and registration beginning at 8:30 am.

The CAC is proud to deliver an exclusive day of competition and camaraderie to benefit the children that visit the center. The tournament will feature four-person teams participating in a morning flight followed by lunch and awards. Lunch will be provided by Greenley’s BBQ.

This year’s event is presented by DT Midstream and sponsored by First Energy Foundation, Erik Hines Trucking, LLC, Recovery Rises Foundation, Trion Industries, Inc., and Claverack Rural Electric Cooperative, Inc. There are still sponsorship opportunities and team registration available. The cost for individual registration is $175, and a team of 4 is $650. Registration includes breakfast, lunch, ammo, and entry for awards.

Awards will be given to the following categories: Top Team, Top Male, Top Female, and Top Youth. An adult must accompany all children under 14. Proceeds from the Sporting Clays Tournament will directly aid the Children’s Advocacy Center of Susquehanna and Wyoming Counties. For sponsorship information or to reserve a team, please contact Michele Newberry at (570) 823-5144 ext. 317 or via e-mail at

The mission of the Children’s Advocacy Center of Susquehanna and Wyoming Counties (CAC) 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. The CAC is a program of Family Service Association of Northeastern Pennsylvania.

The Family Service Association of Northeastern Pennsylvania, a not-for-profit, non-sectarian organization, provides diverse services to children, individuals, seniors, and families, empowering them to achieve their full potential through building healthier relationships and stronger communities.

For more information about the FSA NEPA, please call (570) 823-5144 or visit:

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