Saturday, Sept. 15, 2012
10 am at the Norry Gun Club
(Event will take place rain or shine)
Competition for individual shooters will begin at 10:30 am. Shooters will be grouped in squads of five and will shoot two rounds (16 yard trap), 50 birds total. No handicaps.
Shoot Off (Rounds 1 & 2)
Five-Stand Fun Shoot (Optional†)
10:30 am to 3 pm
Lunch - Sponsored by BJ’s Steak & Rib House
Shoot Off (Round 3, Optional†)
Annie Oakley Fun Shoot
Beginner/Novice Shooters Clinic (hosted by Tom Harrison)
10 am - 2 pm
All participants must bring their own firearms and ammunition. Gun safety knowledge required. Shooters of all levels/abilities welcome. Awards/prizes will be given via Lewis Class. Limited ammunition (12-gauge only) may be purchased for $7 per box. Cost: $50 per shooter.
† (Additional, optional rounds of 25 birds may be purchased at $10 per round.)
$125 – Sportsman
$250 – Clay Birds/Trappers
$500 – Field/Course & Food/Refreshments*
$1000 – Shotgun/Shooter Caps**
$1500 – $2500 – Premier Event Sponsor***
* Sponsorship of $500 includes squad of 5 paid participants
** Sponsorship of $1,000 includes squad of 5 participants plus 25 additional birds per shooter
*** Sponsorships > $1,500 includes
For more information about the event or sponsorships, contact Nikki Rump at 570.271.6257 or e-mail email@example.com.
Premier event sponsorship opportunities
Patient-Centered Nephrology/Palliative Medicine Collaboration
Sponsorship Opportunity $2,500 (Amount funded: $11,800)
Patients undergoing dialysis have a high mortality rate and often suffer poor quality of life. Further, dialysis patients are less likely to receive the end-of-life care services. This study aims to measure the effectiveness of palliative care intervention on the quality of life – and death - of end stage renal disease (ESRD) patients.
Sponsorship Opportunity $2,000 (Amount funded: $5,000)
The Mission Cataract program helps the uninsured of Central Pennsylvania receive needed cataract surgery, including postoperative medications and eyeglasses, free of charge. These are patients who are legally blind and in danger of losing their sight and their jobs due to their vision loss. The program also helps to purchase equipment for the ophthalmology and surgery departments to perform the surgeries.
No One Dies Alone (NODA)
Sponsorship Opportunity $1,500 (Amount funded: $2,625)
The Department of Critical Care Medicine (Adult Intensive Care) works with hospital administration to develop a system to recruit volunteers to sit with patients at the end of life, playing quiet music and reading to them if requested. Seventy volunteers from GMC have completed a required training program. The program will also sponsor a short seminar to educate health-care workers about discussing end-of-life issues with their patients.
Ronald McDonald House, GMC
Sponsorship Opportunity $1,000 (Amount funded: $5,000)
Located on Geisinger Medical Center’s Danville campus, the Ronald McDonald House is a private non-profit organization that provides compassionate lodging for childhood cancer patients and other seriously ill children and their families. The “House that Love Built” offers care to families while their child is either hospitalized or undergoing outpatient care at area medical facilities. Funding is to support the repair of the roof.
Sponsorship Opportunity $500 (Amount funded: $13,500)
Camp Victory was founded in 1987 for the sole purpose of providing children with chronic health problems, catastrophic illness, or who are physically or mentally disabled, the help and encouragement they need to cope with lifelong challenges. Camp Victory provides an environment where partner groups with specialized knowledge and training operate camps for children who live with chronic health disadvantages, including autism, kidney disease, cancer, heart disease, arthritis, spina bifida and many others.