Stoeger Canada will be present at the Toronto Sportsmen Show from March 16th to 19th in the Refuge Waterfowl section.
Clays for Kids Ontario
”9/23/2022 9:00:00 AM
Our 7th annual Clays for Kids presented by National Bank is on September 23, 2022 at Galt Sportsmen’s Club, with a VIP experience the Thursday evening before at Langdon Hall Country House Hotel & Spa.
In 2021, the 6th Annual Clays for Kids presented by National Bank, raised over $260,000 for families dealing with childhood cancer, breaking the $1M mark for the event’s history.
Clays for Kids event is an all-day, outdoor experience that test the skills of clay shooting. This highly anticipated tournament is the event of the year for hosting your clients while supporting Childhood Cancer Canada families.
Register as an individual or in sets of four to shoot as a foursome. Food and beverages will be served throughout the day, followed by a gourmet lunch presentation with a Live and Silent Auction.
Registration price includes:
- Food and drinks
- Golf cart
- Shooting coach
- Participant gift”
“Join us for an opportunity to try shotguns and rifles shooting in a safe, informative and FUN environment. Amazing volunteer instructors from MWF and Team Lady Fowlers will teach you safe firearm handling while you try clay target shooting and rifle shooting on the range.
Lunch, ammunition and gear are provided. Anyone over the age of 10 can participate and no experience is necessary.”
Rifle target shooting and clay pigeon shooting event for women!
Weapons and ammunition will be provided free of charge. Drinks and snacks will also be available free of charge. Activity reserved for women aged 18 and over (or 16+ accompanied by an adult).
Clay pigeon shooting at Club De Tir Armurier Pionnier Inc. in collaboration with the CCFR. There will be a delicious BBQ dinner as well as prizes and more! Tracey Wilson, spokesperson for the CCFR will also be present for the big day!
Sign up your team of 4 and get ready for September 23rd 2022, where you will receive expert instructions and a safety demo, followed by a BBQ lunch, rubbing elbows with local Celebs, shoot a few clay targets (or try to at least!), enjoy a dinner with your Team post shooting, and have a few laughs as we work to raise some dollars for two great programs that are focused on helping vulnerable youth get active through sport!
In October 2000, Vancouver Firefighter, Ranny MacDonald, was diagnosed with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. On January 13, 2003, after a long and valiant fight, Ranny succumbed to this disease. Since his passing, the members of the Vancouver Firefighters’ Union Local 18, in conjunction with the Vancouver Gun Club, have held an annual fundraising event for ALS in Ranny’s memory.
Battalion Chief, Jim MacLeod, who was also a member of the Vancouver Fire Fighters’ Union, was also diagnosed with ALS in 2008. Jim battled this disease with strength, courage, and dignity and unfortunately passed away in 2009.
What is ALS?
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) is a rapidly progressive, neuromuscular disease. It attacks the motor neurons that transmit electrical impulses from the brain to the voluntary muscles in the body. When they fail to receive messages, the muscles lose strength, atrophy and die.
ALS can strike anyone at anytime, regardless of age, gender, or ethnic origin. It does not affect the senses, and only rarely does it affect the mind. The equipment costs for each patient average $137,000, while nursing and home care costs can be up to 10 times this amount.
The average life expectancy after diagnosis is 3 to 5 years.
For more information visit ALS BC.