On May 15, 2018, the fifth annual sporting clays tournament was held to benefit PSCOA’s Bobby Wilt Foundation. The tournament was held at the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort for the third time. The weather was perfect with a slight overcast but the rain held off, thankfully. The tournament went smoothly with the helpful staff at Nemacolin Shooting Academy. We had a successful turnout of 140 shooters (once again, we continue to grow each year) from various PSCOA locals, PSCOA Executive Officers, PSCOA Business Agents, attorneys from WSCC, Front Street Financial, Nittany Brokerage and many of our continued supporters and the Bobby Wilt Foundation Members.
Awards were given to the 1st, 2nd & 3rd place squads, overall best shooters 1st, 2nd & 3rd place, most honest shooter, and a winner of the 10 target 5 stand competition. All shooters received an entry gift, a YETI 20 oz. Rambler Tumbler so no one went home empty handed. If you were lucky enough, you pulled a winning ticket from a barrel for a miscellaneous prize!
A great amount of money was raised thanks to our proud sponsors. During the tournament the Foundation members raised $2080.00 in 50/50 ticket sales. The winner of the 50/50 drawing was Rob Reiner from local SI Forest; receiving $1040.00.
The Foundation can proudly say, once again this was an overall success and hopes that we continue to spread by word-of-mouth throughout our membership.
Check back in the future on our BWF webpage for more information regarding our 6th Annual Clay Shoot Event in 2019.
Thank You for Your Continued Support!!
– Bobby Wilt Foundation Members
Thank you to this year’s Station Sponsors:
PSCOA Local SI Forest
PSCOA Local SI Houtzdale
PSCOA Local SI Huntingdon
PSCOA Local SI Rockview
PSCOA Local SI Retreat – Dave Stockholm
PSCOA Wernersville CCC
PSCOA Torrance State Hospital
Welby, Stoltenberg, Cimballa & Cook, LLC
Front Street Financial
PSCOA Executive Officers
PSCOA BA Timothy Crytzer
PSCOA BA Douglas Loy
PSCOA BA Jack Mottin
PSCOA BA Kevin Quilter
PSCOA BA Mark Truszkowski
Executive Officer Ray Johnston