2022 Cancer Benefit Shoot

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The Sheridan County Sportsmen’s Association (SCSA) held its 2022 Cancer Benefit Trap Shoot on June 18, 2022.

There were 14 teams and 70 shooters together with a lot of volunteers. Tracy Landeis, Trap Director at SCSA says, “The shoot was an enormous success, and it looks like we will be able to write a check forabout $10,000 to the Welch Cancer Center from this event.” According Landeis, “Without all of the volunteers, shooters, and sponsors, we would never have been able to pull off this event. “ The committee members who coordinated the event include Tracy Landeis, Sally Labore, Jerry Reed, Lyle Brice, Trudy Brice, Ada Kirven, and Cecile Pattison. Many others joined in to help before, during, and after the event.

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation partnered with the group to put on the event, and according to Ada Kirven, Director of Donor Relations, “This event was a huge success, and the funds raised will go toward our patient comfort care at the Welch Cancer Center.” Kirven also stressed that “Cancer Screening and Early Detection Saves Lives,” which is the emphasis of the Welch Cancer Center.

The team of Mr. Trash, the largest sponsor of the event, won the tournament and consisted of team members, Tracy Landeis, Rick Dyer, Claude Schauer, Rick Landeis, and Kem Price. The second place team was the Sally Labore Fine Art team consisting of Jerry Reed, Sally Labore, George Rogers, Becky Hubner, and Beth Byron, The top lady was Beth Byron, and the top man was Dave Moeller of the MDU