Sporting clays shoot to benefit services at The Children’s Center


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The Children’s Center will host a ‘Breaking Clays for Kids’ shoot Sept. 17 at Rock Mountain Sporting Clays to support its operations. From left, Amber Loomis, Chief Advancement Officer for Family Service Association; Senator Lisa Baker and Michael Zimmerman, Chief Executive Officer, Family Service Association of NEPA.


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MONTROSE — The Children’s Center, a child advocacy center providing service to children in Wyoming and Susquehanna counties, will host a sporting clay shoot entitled “Breaking Clays for Kids” at Rock Mountain Sporting Clays on Mitchell Road in Springville on Saturday, Sept. 17. Registration will begin at 9 a.m. followed by a shotgun start at 10 a.m.

The event will provide funds to support operations at The Children’s Center.

The mission of a child advocacy center is to provide a safe, comfortable environment for children and their families as they go through the interviewing and examination processes after disclosing some type of traumatic experience.

State Sen. Lisa Baker will serve as a station sponsor for the event.

The Children’s Center will host a ‘Breaking Clays for Kids’ shoot Sept. 17 at Rock Mountain Sporting Clays to support its operations. From left, Amber Loomis, Chief Advancement Officer for Family Service Association; Senator Lisa Baker and Michael Zimmerman, Chief Executive Officer, Family Service Association of NEPA.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_ABJ-Breaking-Clays-fundraiser.jpgThe Children’s Center will host a ‘Breaking Clays for Kids’ shoot Sept. 17 at Rock Mountain Sporting Clays to support its operations. From left, Amber Loomis, Chief Advancement Officer for Family Service Association; Senator Lisa Baker and Michael Zimmerman, Chief Executive Officer, Family Service Association of NEPA. Submitted photo

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Information provided by the Family Service Association of NEPA.

Information provided by the Family Service Association of NEPA.

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