Helen Ross McNabb Center Hosts 2nd Scenic City Sporting Clays Tournament To “Pull” For A Good Cause

Friday, April 13, 2018
The Helen Ross McNabb Center invites the community to support the 2018 Scenic City Sporting Clays Tournament on Friday, May 4, at Benton Sporting Clays in Charleston, Tn.
 
The tournament marks the second fundraising event specifically focused on supporting mental health, addiction and social services provided by the Helen Ross McNabb Center in the Greater Chattanooga Area.
 
“We are privileged to serve children, adults and families throughout the Greater Chattanooga Area,” said Jerry Vagnier, Helen Ross McNabb Center president and CEO.
“The Scenic City Sporting Clays Tournament will contribute to the continued growth of Helen Ross McNabb Center’s services in the region and allow the Center to serve more people.”
 
This year’s tournament features a 10 a.m. flight and 1:30 p.m. flight. The morning flight is sold out; however, there is still time to register for the afternoon flight. The cost for a four-person team is $600 and includes lunch provided by Jordan’s Bar-B-Q, a goody bag (including a free round at Benton Sporting Clays), an event shirt and the use of a golf cart. Prizes will be awarded to the three highest scoring teams in each flight using the Lewis Handicapping System.
 
The Scenic City Sporting Clays Tournament is sponsored by Vulcan Materials Company, The Trust Company, Sequatchie Concrete, Brewer Media, Talley Construction, Baker Donelson and Benton Sporting Clays.
 
For more information about sponsorship opportunities, call Robyn Hanners at 423-290-6499.



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