Co-Founder Randall Reed gives thank you message live at the Light Up To Live Valor Clay Shoot.
The Light Up To Live is a charity, which was founded by Randall and Sherry Reed, to help raise funds for our Military men and women who are battling Post-Traumatic Stress, TBI, depression, anxiety and other issues after returning home.
The Valor Clay Shoot event features raffle prizes, participation gift bags, and competitions.
Sneak Peek of 2018 Clay Shoot
The complimentary breakfast began at 8 a.m. At 9 a.m – PULL! The first clay hit the sky. The awards, complimentary lunch from Texas De Brazil and Scott Bretta Show took place noon to 1 p.m.Recap
1st Place Trophy Winning Team of 4 – Each receives a Beretta A300 12 gauge semi-automatic shotgun 2nd Place Trophy | 3rd Place Trophy | Last Place Salute
This was the first annual Light Up To Live Clay Shoot, the next Clay Shoot to be scheduled in September of 2019. The Clay Shoot featured more than just clays hitting the sky, participants were able to participate in raffles, a golf ball shoot, and purchase squares for a chance to win a Beretta gun.
All funds raised go directly to:
- Polychromatic LED Light Therapy Systems are purchased and donated to other charities that provide physical and emotional therapy to veterans learning adaptive skills.
- Polychromatic LED Light Therapy Systems are donated for personal use by veterans who can use the kits at home or away from their physical therapy center.
- Funding of Service Dogs trained specifically for use by Veterans living with Post-Traumatic Stress, TBI and physical injuries to enhance their daily adaptive living needs – including 18 months of training and five years of canine food and veterinary care.
Professional Sporting Clay/Exhibition Shooter, Scott Robertson performing Scott Beretta Show shooting tricks
Scott Robertson, President of Elm Fork Shooting Sports range started shooting Trap and Skeet in 1979. He has twenty-three years experience in Sporting Clays and twenty-nine years competition experience. In those nineteen years, Scott has won eight National Sporting Clay Championships and is a nineteen-time All American. In addition to winning the SCI World Championship and the Browning Briley World Championship, Scott was the captain of two World Championship teams. Scott has competed in international competition on fifteen U.S. Shooting Teams. Scott was born January 4, 1972, and is forty-one years of age.
This was the third event of this year’s Light Up To Live charity events. The Valor Golf tournament and Valor Ball took place September 20-21st. Stayed tuned for next years Light Up To Live charity events. You can learn more about Light Up To Live and the foundation’s mission at Lightuptolive.org.