November is a good time for a lot of things – giving thanks, enjoying all things pumpkin spice, spending time with family and friends, and competing in a clay shoot!
You read that last part right. On November 5, 2021, we are hosting our 10th Annual Out-Shoot Hunger Sporting Clay Shoot. It’s a terrific opportunity to enjoy time with coworkers and friends while supporting a great cause.
And no, you don’t need to be a skilled shooter. If it’s your first time handling anything bigger than a Nerf gun, that’s not a problem! The goal is to have fun while helping to support a good cause.
Speaking of having fun, Rob Carryl participated in last year’s Clay Shoot. Rob is active in our local community, and we appreciate his support and enthusiasm for the work of Trinity Rescue Mission.
This is what he had to say about the upcoming event:
It’s a really fun event, especially for people who like to shoot and hunt. The Clay Shoot is a great time to enjoy going out with friends. I had about 20 friends who went with me last time; they’re coming again this year, and it’s going to be amazing.
I love that the Clay Shoot exposes people to the work that Trinity Rescue Mission does. There are multiple rescue missions in town, but if you look at the operating budget Trinity has compared to the budget of other places, it is clear that the folks at TRM are good stewards of what they have.
Look at the number of nights that they offer hospitality to the homeless, and the meals they offer to those in need. You can see that every dollar goes to a good purpose. Whether it’s a mom and her kids experiencing domestic violence, or someone down and out and needing a boost, they can stay at the Mission for a night and get a good, hot meal.
It’s a great ministry and I believe it’s worthy of people supporting it. I enjoy the opportunity to be a part of getting the word out and in the community. In fact, I’m going to try to get a few more folks out to the Clay Shoot this year. It’s a great reason to get together with friends (and it’s better than spending a day at work).
We are grateful for Rob Carryl and others who are willing to come alongside the work we do at Trinity Rescue Mission. We’d love it if you joined us as well!
You can register early to compete or sign up on the day itself. You also have the option to help sponsor the event. Save the date and come on out! The Clay Shoot will be held on Friday, November 5, 2021, starting at 8:00 am and going until about noon.
In the past year, the Trinity Rescue Mission has served over 200,000 meals, assisted nearly 2,000 people, and provided 85,000 nights of shelter. Your participation in our 10th Annual Out-Shoot
Hunger Sporting Clay Shoot will enable us to reach out to many more in the local community.