FAIRFIELD MEMORIAL HOSPITAL FOUNDATION SPORTING CLAY FUN SHOOT A SUCCESS
Fairfield Memorial Hospital Foundation held its Seventh Annual Sporting Clay Fun Shoot this past weekend at Lakewoods Flying Duck Sporting Clays in Cisne. The event was to raise funds to help support the services, programs, and state-of-the-art medical equipment needs of the hospital.
Charlotte St.Ledger, Executive Director of the Fairfield Memorial Hospital Foundation, said, “We were very thankful for the community support, generous sponsorships, and shooting participants that made the Sporting Clays Fun Shoot a success. Our Clay Shoot is definitely growing as we had a total of 74 shooters who participated this year.”
The overall first place winner and First Lewis Class winner of the Fun Shoot was Brad Davis; second place went to Gregg Piercey, third place went to Jared Vaughn. Second Lewis Class winners were Terry Simms – 1st Place, Matt Lynch – 2nd Place, and Marshall McGehee – 3rd Place. The Third Lewis Class winners were Chuck Griswold – 1st Place, Kevin Broster and Marvin Wick tied for 2nd Place, and Lucas Griswold – 3rd Place. The Super-Veteran’s Class Concurrent winner went to Ron Shafer, Veteran’s Class winner went to Patrick L. Molt, M.D., Ladies Class Concurrent winner went to Jacque Hallam, and Sub-Junior’s Class winner went to Hunter Sarles. The Long Bird side game winner was Greg Piercey. Splatter Board winners were Pat Kenshalo, Sandy Simpson, Mike St.Ledger, Carnaby Square, Jeff Wise, Lloyd Buehler, Jessica Molt, Ryan St.Ledger, Chuck Griswold, and Charlotte St.Ledger. Team Squad Challenge winners were Ron Shafer, Clyde Mosby, Jared Vaughn, and Patrick L. Molt, M.D.
“I would like to give a special thank you to our corporate event sponsor, Dr. Patrick Molt, who makes this event possible each year,” stated, Charlotte St.Ledger, Executive Director of the Fairfield Memorial Hospital Foundation.
Pictured is Corporate Event Sponsor and Veteran’s Class Winner, Patrick L. Molt, M.D., (left) and Charlotte St.Ledger, Executive Direction, FMH Foundation, (right) presenting Brad Davis (middle) with plaque for 1st Place Overall.