Patients Benefit from Sporting Clay Shoot
Team Meridian Contracting/Industrial & Welding Services. From left to right: David Rensberry, Todd Britton, Will Rensberry and Arden Rensberry
The Annual Support Committee of MidMichigan Health Foundation’s Development Council serving Alpena recently hosted the fifth annual Clays for a Cause sporting clay shoot at the Sportmen’s Club in Alpena. This year nine teams participated and more than $6,600 was raised. Proceeds will go to the Medical Center to help fund vital patient enhancements that will provide advanced technology and more comfortable surroundings for patients and their families.
Team Only Dust. From left to right: Russ Glover, Dr. Lance Christensen, Neil Stoppa and Bob Jones
During the annual event, Development Council members and Medical Center employees joined in the fun by participating in the 13 rounds. Those taking part included Chuck Sherwin, president, MidMichigan Medical Center – Alpena; Thomas Thornton, M.D.; Ben Eggleston, M.D., Justin Rodenbough, M.D.; Matt Stevens, P.A.-C.; Eric Chrzan; Tonya Spens and Joe Garber.
Winning teams included first place awarded to Meridian Contracting/Industrial & Welding Services, second place awarded to Only Dust, and third place awarded to Panel Processing. Many of the sportsmen purchased raffle tickets for giveaways. Sherwin won the top raffle prize of a Remington V3 Field shotgun.
Team Panel Processing. From left to right: Cory Heath, Lowell Kollien, George Burzlaff and Jesse Smolinski
Those interested in registering a team or becoming a sponsor for the 2020 Clays for a Cause event may contact Ann Diamond at (989) 356-7738 or email@example.com.