Good news! The 20th Annual Jack Whitmire Memorial Charity Sporting Clay Shoot dates have been set. Mark your calendar for April 22-23, 2017 for a great day of gun safety, fine shooting, good food, and fantastic fellowship.

Please see the Schedule of Events below.

The shoot will include 100 clays, increased from 50 in past shoots, and take place on Sunday, April 23.

Click Here to Register for Dinner, Shooters and Sponsors

Dinner Saturday evening is included for shooters. Additional dinner guests are welcome for $25.

Clay Shooters – $150 person

30-Bird Flurries

$25 per Shooter per Round or (5) Rounds for $100

RAFFLE Grand Prize (… for every round purchased a raffle ticket will be entered into the drawing for this Beretta Silver Pigeon Sporting 12 Gauge) Donated by: Victoria Rotary Club

1st place (Highest Score) prize:  Ruger American 22mag – Donated by: The Armory

2nd place (2nd highest score) prize: $100 ACADEMY Gift Card – Donated by: Then and Now Antiques, Gifts & Collectibles

Long Bird is $5/bird or 5 birds for $20

1st place (Highest Score) prize:  45qt. Yeti Tundra – Donated by: Atzenhoffer Chevrolet

 

2nd place (2nd highest score) prize: $100 ACADEMY Gift Card – Donated by: Atzenhoffer Chevrolet 2016 Salesman of the Year Manny Villareal

 

Schedule of Events

Saturday, April 22

  • Flurries and Long Bird Competition starts at 3pm until 6pm
  • Practice Shoot at (2) stations as determined by David Selby from 3pm - 6pm
  • Registration - Starts at 5pm
  • Cocktail Reception at 5pm
  • Catered Steak Dinner at 6pm
  • Open Bar
  • Live Auction 6:30pm
  • Calcutta - immediately after Live Auction
Sunday, April 23
  • Registration - Starts at 10am
  • Clay Shoot - Featuring (10) Stations (100) clays - Starts at 11am
  • Flurries Competition - throughout the day
  • Long Bird Competition - throughout the day
  • Awards & Prizes

Volunteers

This is our biggest event of the year and we need everyone's help...not necessarily for the entire weekend, but as much as you are able to assist.We will have training on what is expected at the shooting stations at our meeting in April.  In order for us to meet the shooter's needs and to have consistency, you will find this meeting to be very helpful.