Pee Dee Coalition to host 2nd Clays for a Cause clay-shoot tournament

On Friday, June 18, Pee Dee Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Assault will host its second Clays for a Cause clay-shoot competition at the Moree’s Sportsman’s Preserve at 1217 Moree Road in Society Hill. Registration begins at 9 a.m. and the competition begins at 10 a.m. Awards will be announced at noon during the complimentary lunch. Participants must bring their own ammunition and firearm to compete. Contestants will shoot a total of 100 clays on a 14-station course and may compete individually or in teams of four. Scoring is based on three categories: Best Team Score, Lowest Team Score, and Best Individual Score. The overall winner will take home a brand new traveling trophy, free entry to next year’s competition, and an opportunity to become a two-year champion. Up to 200 raffle tickets will be sold for $20 each or three for $50 and may be purchased online or in-person. Prizes include, among other items, a five-day vacation stay in St. Augustine, Fla., a 65-quart RTIC cooler, and a hunt at the Moree’s Sportsman’s Preserve. Registration is $80 per shooter, and non-shooters can enjoy lunch for $25. Carts will be available for $40 and personal carts (golf carts, ATV, UTV) are welcomed. Registration, information and payment/donation options are available on Clays for a Cause supports the Pee Dee Coalition’s programs and services in Marlboro and Chesterfield counties. Details about this year’s event are available on the Clays for a Cause Facebook page at and event page. For more, contact Bebe Chapman at (843) 861-1828 or or Barbara Chappell at Pee Dee Coalition is a nonprofit volunteer organization dedicated to the reduction of sexual assault, family violence and child abuse and to the needs of victims. If you or someone you know is in crisis due to sexual assault or domestic violence, please call the 24-hour crisis line at 843-669-4600 or toll free at 1-800-273-1820. If you are in immediate danger, please call 911. To learn more about Pee Dee Coalition visit Emergency and transitional shelters are available for women and children.

Author: Stephan Drew

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