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The Jones Mission Youth Football Camp
June 2, 2018 in Centreville, Alabama
The Ben Jones Celebrity Clay Shoot is a fun day of clay shooting hosted by Tennessee Titans Center, Ben Jones, and his wife Alex to benefit area nonprofits dedicated to enriching the lives of at-risk youth.
About the Clay Shoot
The 50-bird course clay shooting tournament will be hosted at the Nashville Gun Club, Tennessee’s premier shotgun shooting facility. All levels of play may participate, including beginners (must be 18 or older). Instruction will be available. Registration includes ammunition, an exclusive shooter gift, a delicious lunch and dinner, bottomless beverages and a cocktail and awards reception. Registration also includes eligibility in the live and silent auction as well as the opportunity to purchase raffle tickets for the big raffle item! Lastly, EVERY GROUP WILL BE ACCOMPANIED BY A PRESENT OR FORMER TITANS PLAYER!
***ALL PARTICIPANTS AND GUESTS MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER***
The tournament boasts 50 targets per participant. Prizes are awarded for the first and second team winners in addition to a first place individual overall winner.
The Ben Jones Celebrity Clay Shoot 2018 Benefiting Charities
Alive Hospice provides comprehensive services surrounding end-of-life care and its aftermath. Grief support is one of our signature programs, and Alive provides this service to anyone in our community who is in need, no matter when or where the loved one’s death occurred.
They have a specialty in children’s grief counseling. Children are often referred to as “forgotten grievers” because loved ones may not have the capacity to cope with their own emotions and the emotions of their child. Alive has special programs including children’s day camps, and an overnight retreat for teens, all to help in the healing process.
Backfield in Motion is a nonprofit organization that focuses on education through mastery of literacy and numeracy skills that lead to a high school diploma, a foundation for higher education, and the on-the-job skills needed to enter the world of work, while using athleticsas an incentive for academic improvement.