3rd Annual Take a Shot at Cancer

The NVSA - Sporting Clay Club hosted its third annual sporting clay shoot at the NVSA grounds

  • Jul. 8, 2015 5:00 a.m.

Take a shot at cancer

The NVSA – Sporting Clay Club hosted its third annual sporting clay shoot at the NVSA grounds on Quail Rd on June 28th with 45 shooters in four divisions……Mens, Mens amateur, Ladies and Juniors.

Winners in the mens division were Mike Russell -first and second place was Tim Derksen, first place in the mens amateur was Wayne Salewski with Jordan Wall placing second. Alicia Heathcliff is now the three time winner of the Ladies divisions with Mary Ann Mose finishing second and Wesley Best and Quin Wall placing first and second in the juniors division.

Take a Shot for Cancer has had tremendous support from not only the shooting community but from the business community with support from our sponsors that include Integris Credit Union, the Vanderhoof Co-op, Nechako Outdoors, M4 Contracting we are confident that this years donation to St John Hospital Oncology Ward will be around $9000.00.

Winners of the raffle draw saw Ross Johnson of Fraser Lake won the Remington 700 Win Mag, Dave Weaver winning the second draw of  308 Winchester and Corny Funk winning the gift card.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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