CPTC Foundation Hosts Successful Sporting Clays Tournament

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The CPTC Foundation recently held it’s 7th Annual Sporting Clays Tournament at Dorchester Hunting Preserve in Midway, Ga. The event was a huge success even though there had been a 2 year delay due to the pandemic. There were a total of 29 teams that signed up to participate in the event.

A special thanks goes out to the Lock Stock and Barrel Sponsors of the event – International Auto Processors, Cogdell and Mendrala, and a Special Supporter of CPTC. All shooters got an opportunity to purchase raffle tickets to win a Beretta gun as well as win other prizes. The CPTC Foundation would like to thank Donna Gowen Poe, Woody Woodside , Bob Miler, Don Asdell, Bob Thompson and Todd Rampley for continuing to serve on the Clay Shoot Committee and advocate for the College. We would also like to thank Dorchester Hunting Preserve for hosting every year, Coastal Georgia Gun Club for volunteering to assist, as well as many CPTC staff members who came out on a Saturday and volunteered their time.

Bracket A: 1st Place – Goodwill of SE GA., Inc.
2nd Place – Situs Real Estate, Inc.
3rd Place – Enviva Pellets

Bracket B: 1st Place – Cogdell and Mendrala Architects
2nd Place – Garbutt Construction
3rd Place – Ameris Bank – Team 1

The Annual Sporting Clays Tournament is a volunteer led event that raises funds for the CPTC Foundation and it’s scholarship program to benefit Coastal Pines Technical College students.The Tournament raised over $16,000 to be used for scholarship assistance for CPTC students.


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