Participants in the 2nd Annual Sporting Clay Shoot helped raise $45,000 for patient care at Treasure Health. Proceeds from the tournament will benefit Treasure Health’s palliative care, hospice and grief support programs for children and adults facing chronic or serious illness.
The tournament was held on South Florida Shooting Club’s 15-station sporting clay course. Winners of the clay shoot were as follows: Highest scoring team was Team Waterfront Properties which included Tom Pledger, Trace Scuderi, Rob Thompson and Taylor Thompson. First Place Individual Shooter was Tom Pledger, Top Lady Shooter was Emmy Zerby. Top Youth Shooter was Brayden Wojcieszak.
“Events like these help us provide care throughout the community regardless of the patient’s ability to pay,” said Agnes Palmer, Treasure Health Development Officer. “We are so grateful to our committee, South Florida Shooting Club, all of our event sponsors and everyone that came together to make this event a success.”
Sponsors for the shoot included SunTrust Wealth Management, TCPalm, Freedom Waste, US Sugar, Gerelco, Bray Realty Advisors, Brownie Companies, Wallace Chevrolet, Aycock Funeral Homes, Horizon Care Services and Ryan Baum Painting.
About Treasure Health
Treasure Health is a non-profit organization of caring professionals and dedicated volunteers whose mission is to partner with patients, families and the community to enable well-being through extraordinary care, specialized services and life-enhancing education. Founded in 1982 as a hospice organization, Treasure Health has grown to serve 3000 patients annually in Martin and St. Lucie counties. Today, thanks to the generous support of donors to the Treasure Coast Hospice Foundation, Treasure Health offers a family of services that includes Treasure Coast Hospice, Treasure Health Palliative Care, Treasure Health Pediatric Care and Treasure Health Grief Support.