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Register now for Lincoln County Health Foundation clay shoot

Posted on Friday, March 14, 2014 at 8:32 am


The Lincoln County Health Foundation (LCHF), a local not-for-profit organization, is organizing their Fourth Annual LCHF Sporting Clay Shoot fundraiser on Saturday, April 26 at Blackhawk Valley Hunting Preserve in Old Monroe.

As in previous years, all the proceeds raised from the event will go toward funding health related activities throughout Lincoln County.

The Sporting Clay Shoot will be comprised of four (4) person teams with a $200 per team registration fee.

Participants will go through twelve shooting stations and will be eligible to win shooting prizes and attendance prizes.

The clay shoot will begin at 9 a.m. and will go until noon with lunch being provided after the shoot is completed.

Any individuals wishing to participate in the event but don’t have a team can be placed on a team the day of the event.  The LCHF is also selling tickets for a Winchester SX3, 12 gauge shotgun as part of the fundraiser and are being sold by various foundation board members.

All the funds raised for the Lincoln County Health Foundation will remain here in Lincoln County.

“For the past three years the success of the Sporting Clay Shoot has enabled us to support the growing health needs within Lincoln County.  The support we have had from many individuals and businesses within our community has been invaluable.  As in previous years, we hope to build on the event by getting more people involved through sponsorships or participation in the shoot with their team.  The financial goal with the Sporting Clay Shoot continues to help us achieve our mission of providing programs that strengthen health services and education to the families throughout Lincoln County,” said Terry Henderson, LCHF member.

For more information on how you can enter a team into the Sporting Clay Shoot or inquire about becoming a sponsor please contact the following committee members: Terry Henderson at or (636) 462-1006 or Sarah Burkemper at