Thanks to Steve Hoback with NRA’s Training Department for the following report and photos from Team NRA’s recent win at a sporting clays shoot to benefit the Patriot’s Path Foundation, which supports our nation's veterans:
Kearneysville, West Virginia - On, May 29th 2010, Prospect Hall Shooting Club in West Virginia, hosted the Inaugural Memorial Day Sporting Clays Shoot to support The Patriots Path Foundation. The NRA team of Bill Poole (Director of Education and Training), Kristin Stoner (Office of Advancement Events Manager), Samantha Olsen (National Assistant Coach Trainer) and Andy Lander (Instructor Program Coordinator) took 1st place in the team competition, followed by Team Remington: Paul Miller, Josh Miller, Steve Good and Steve Good Jr.
Sponsors included “Medal of Honor” Sponsor, the National Rifle Association of America, Remington Firearms, who donated caps that were custom embroidered and given to each of the 42 participants, Valley Guns of Inwood, West Virginia, and Shep’s Sporting Goods located in Martinsburg, West Virginia.
The individual winners were:
- High Male: Britton Condon- Score of 99
- High Female: Vicki Smith- Score of 91
- High Youth (18 and under): Teal Hinga- Score of 70
Colt’s Manufacturing Company CEO Lieutenant General (RET) William M. Keyes was gracious enough to donate a Colt Gold Cup Trophy pistol to raffle off to support the Patriot’s Path Foundation. The winner of the raffle drawing was Raymond Alt, of Inwood, West Virginia. The 2nd Place raffle winner of the Starkey Magnum Ear Protection was Eric Peterson and 3rd place raffle winner Josh Miller won the $50 gift certificate to Valley Guns.
Thanks, Steve, and congratulations to Team NRA!