Posts Tagged ‘Benefit’

This year, the Shooting for a Cure Cystic Fibrosis benefit will be on June 6th, from 8am to 4pm, and will include both 3D Archery and Sporting Clays.

Click to go to the event web site

Click to go to the event web site

Money Classes (75% payback) $25

  • Open Money (45yd)
  • Known 45 (45yd)

Trophy Classes $20

  • Hunter – Max 40yd
  • Women Hunter – Max 30yd
  • Bow Novice – Max 30 yd
  • Youth (12 & under)- Free with a paying adult

Fun Shoot $10
Family of 3 or more $40 max

  • Entry fee comes with 1 chance to win an Elite Bow, Binelli Shotgun, or a 2 Day Hunting Trip to western Kentucky
  • LONG SHOT – $1/shot or 6 shots for $5 (win more chances at the Giveaways)
  • BarBQ Plate for $5
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The only 3D shoot we will be hosting in 2015 is the Cystic Fibrosis shoot on June 6th.

Last year's flyer

Last year’s flyer

There will be another announcement: I’ve been told we may be hosting sporting clay events at the property.

From the Shooting for a Cure to Cystic Fibrosis FaceBook page:

 

Now for the BIGGEST WINNER: (Drum Roll)
THE CYSTIC FIBROSIS FOUNDATION!!!!!!
They will be receiving a total of
$38,556
from Shooting for a Cure!!
Many, many THANKS to our 32 Volunteers, 78 Participants and 27 Sponsors who made it all happen!

Click the image below to go to their gallery of the event.

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Here is a link to Big John’s Awesome Google Calendar. 

Governor’s Gun Club shoots indoor Tuesdays and Thursdays

Both Days

3D- Full Draw Archery – (Rocky Face, GA)

 

Saturday

3D – 323 Archery SHOOT FOR A CURE: Cystic Fibrosis Benefit (Douglasville, GA)

3D – Soul Hunters Church Archery Shoot – (Toccoa, GA)

3D – Elbert County Archery Club – (Elberton, GA)

3D – Christian Bowhunters/Ace Award shoot – (Social Circle, GA?)

 

Sunday

3D – Riverbottom Outdoors Hunt Shoot – (Franklin, GA)

3D – NGA Shooter of the Year – (Gainsville, GA) ***This is also a charity shoot***

3D – Satilla River Archery Club – (Douglas, GA)

3D – Fort Gordon Outdoor Recreation – (Fort Gordon, GA)

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Click to donate!

Click to donate!

More details:

2 GIVEAWAYS for all Participants

 

(Every participant will receive 1 FREE chance to win)

*A 2-Day Bow Hunt for Deer in Western Kentucky (DONALDSON CREEK OUTFITTERS)

OR

*An Elite Bow of your choice ($850 value)

DRAWING AT 3:30pm

Extra chances can be bought for $5/chance

2014 SHOOTING FOR A CURE CLASSES

Money Classes: (60% payback) $25 

  • Open Money – 45 yd
  • Known 45 – 45 yd

Trophy Classes: $20 (Trophies presented at 4:30pm)

  • Hunter – Max 40 yd
  • Women’s Hunter – Max 30 yd
  • Bow Novice – Max 30 yd

Fun Shoot  $10

Youth (12 & under) FREE w/paying adult*

*Family of  3 or more $40 max

ADD $5 at registration AND RECIEVE A DISCOUNTED LUNCH TICKET GOOD FOR:

BBQ Plate: BBQ Sandwich, bowl of stew, slaw, chips, pickle

IRON BUCK COMPETITION – $5 to enter

  • First shot at 20 yd
  • Contintue at 10 yd increments until you miss
  • Prizes for the winner (longest distance)
  • 3 Classes: *Money *Hunter/Women & *Youth

There is a shoot in Alabama this weekend to benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation of Alabama:

BREAST CANCER BENEFIT

Click the image above to visit the website – this is at the Cullman Archery Park

I’ll post more as we get closer to August, but here’s the flyer for our2nd annual August Cystic Fibrosis “Shoot for a Cure” benefit.

Click to donate!

Click to donate!

Click to go to alz.org/georgia

Click to go to alz.org/georgia

Help catch these thieves! Five stands stolen in Crawford County where a Wounded Warrior hunt was going to be hosted.

By GON Staff
Posted Thursday January 2 2014, 3:27 PM

Click to go to the GON.COM story and reward information

Click to go to the GON.COM story and reward information

A $1,000 reward is being offered with hopes to catch the lowlifes who stole five deer stands in Crawford County from a group that puts on hunts for wounded veterans. The stands were stolen near Lizella from the non-profit group Americans Helping Wounded Veterans—which uses 100 percent of all funds to put on hunts, with no organizational expenses at all unrelated to the hunts for veterans. The stands were stolen just before a hunt, which then had to be canceled.

CLICK the photo or THIS LINK to go to the full story.