The Brazos County chapter of the American Cancer Society invites you to Crushing Clays for Cancer on Saturday, June 24, from 8am-12pm at Tonkaway Ranch in College Station.
Crushing Clays for Cancer is a 10-station, 50-clay shoot at Tonkaway Ranch’s challenging sporting clays course with prizes for the top three shooters and winning team. Registration is open to complete teams of four and individual shooters. Single shooters will be paired with a team when possible. Team registration is $400 and individual registration is $100. Participants will receive breakfast, lunch, and event t-shirt with registration. Go to crushingclaysforcancer.org to register.
Team and shooter award presentations will take place after lunch, along with a silent auction for hunting gear and supplies and a raffle for a Beretta A300 Outlander Shotgun. Raffle tickets are $10 each.
Crushing Clays for Cancer is generously sponsored by Capital Farm Credit, Stylecraft Builders, The Sleep Station, Merritt Cattle Company, EST Group, and Dickson Underground Utility Construction, LLC. Additional sponsorship levels are still available by contacting email@example.com.
The 22nd Annual Brazos Cattle Baron’s Ball, “Rhinestone Rodeo,” will take place October 14 at 6:30pm at Silver Horse Ranch in Bryan.
Money raised through the Brazos Valley Cattle Baron’s Ball helps continue the American Cancer Society’s mission to eliminate cancer by funding ground-breaking research and supporting cancer patients by providing free information, resources, programs, and services.
More than 130 Brazos County residents have recently been referred to services provided by the American Cancer Society from three local hospitals due to a new cancer diagnosis or recurrence.
The Cattle Baron’s Ball Committee is looking for community partners, sponsors, and those interested in helping raise funds to fight against cancer, as well as volunteers to join the committee in planning and executing the event.