2017 Sporting Clays. Support summer programming at WPSD. Register Today!
Enjoy an exciting day at one of the area’s most prestigious shooting ranges, while making a difference in the lives of Deaf and Hard of Hearing students throughout Pennsylvania. The action-packed day includes breakfast, 100 clays, lunch and prizes.
Our annual Sporting Clay Shoot offers fun for the experienced and first-time shooters at the Seven Springs Mountain Resort’s shooting range, which is nestled in the heart of the Laurel Highlands.
Proceeds from the event will directly support the summer programs offered by WPSD to Deaf and Hard of Hearing (D/HH) children throughout the region and state, including two Summer Adventure camps through a partnership with the Carnegie Science Center, Space Camp in Alabama, and a Student Police Academy that will involve students both from WPSD and the communities that surround the School.
Programs such as these provide D/HH children the opportunity to socialize, encounter new experiences and challenges, and continue their learning in the summer months. Every program is centered around these children, ensuring they are able to fully participate by providing complete communication access to all information and staff.
Sponsorships, shooting stands, and individual tickets can be purchased below. Click on your selection and complete the payment information. We are looking forward to seeing you at Seven Springs for a great clay day!
Includes shooting for eight, four shooting stands, sponsorship featured on WPSD’s website, and weekly promotion on WPSD’s social media outlets four weeks prior to the event and for one week after the event.
Includes shooting for four, two shooting stands, sponsorship featured on WPSD’s website, and weekly promotion on WPSD’s social media outlets two weeks prior to the event and one week after the event.
Includes shooting for two, one shooting stand, sponsorship featured on WPSD’s website, and weekly promotion on WPSD’s social media outlets one week prior to the event and for one week after the event.