SPORTING CLAY FUNDRAISER

The Berks County Conservation District is hosting its 2nd Annual Sporting Clay Fundraiser on Friday, September 25, 2020 to benefit the Berks County Envirothon!

Location: M&E Sporting Clays, 1414 Moselem Springs Road, Hamburg, PA 19526

Date: Friday, September 25, 2020

Time: Registration begins promptly at 1:00pm. Shooting will begin following registration of all participants. Shooters may participate as individuals or sign-up as four-member teams.

Price: $80/participant. The registration fee includes 100 clay targets and Mission BBQ packaged dinner following the shoot!

What to Bring: All participants are required to utilize eye, ear, face mask protection, a shotgun capable of firing two shots, and enough shells for 100 targets. **PLEASE NOTE** shotguns and carts will be available for rental and shells available for purchase the day of the event.

How to Register: Print-out and complete a registration form. Printable Clay Shoot Registration Card . Mail completed form and payment to: BCCD, 1238 County Welfare Road–Suite 200, Leesport, PA 19533

Participants and teams can also register online at EventBrite. ONLINE REGISTRATION CLICK HERE

OUR EVENT BENEFITS THE BERKS COUNTY ENVIROTHON!

What is the Berks County Envirothon?

Envirothon is a fun, academic competition that challenges both high school and middle school students to think critically about the natural world and what role they play in it.

This natural resource environmental education program combines classroom learning with outdoor activities to test student’s knowledge of: soils and land use, aquatic ecology, forestry, wildlife, and environmental issues.

The Berks County Conservation District, in cooperation with partner conservation groups, hosts envirothon each year. Following the county competition, the first place finisher in the high school category has the opportunity to compete in the Pennsylvania State Envirothon competition where teams from each county go head to head to test their knowledge about all things ecology and the natural world.

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