Helen Ross McNabb Center’s Scenic City Sporting Clays Tournament Hits Target To Raise Money For Mental Health And Addiction Services In TN

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

The 2017 Scenic City Sporting Clays Tournament took place at Benton Sporting Clays in Charleston, Tn. last Friday to benefit the Helen Ross McNabb Center.

Nearly 60 individuals participated in the tournament. Awards were given to first, second, and third place in the team and individual categories using the Lewis Handicapping System.

Chota Outfitters, Wright Brothers Construction, and Vulcan Materials Company won first, second, and third place teams respectively.

Gary Farmer, Jeremy Cabbage, and Lynn Moffett won first, second, and third place individuals respectively. Gary Farmer, of the Chota Outfitters team, came away with a perfect score of 100. For a full list of scores, visit www.mcnabbcenter.org
 
The tournament marked the first fundraising event specifically focused on supporting mental health, addiction, and social services provided by the Helen Ross McNabb Center in the Greater Chattanooga Area. This year’s tournament hit its target to raise more than $14,000. 
 
“Thank you to all the sponsors, participants and volunteers that supported the 2017 Scenic City Sporting Clays Tournament,” said Jerry Vagnier, Helen Ross McNabb Center president and CEO. “We look forward to future fundraising events that will contribute to the growth of services in the Greater Chattanooga Area and allow the Center to serve more people.”
 
The 2017 Scenic City Sporting Clays Tournament was sponsored by Vulcan Materials Company, Gibco Construction, Sequatchie Concrete, Baker Donelson, Warren & Griffin, P.C. Attorneys at Law, 105.1 FM ESPN Chattanooga, and WUSY US-101.



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