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May 26, 2014

Wildlife For Everyone Endowment Foundation Hosts Third Annual Sporting Clay Classic

Auction Items and Prizes include African Safari, HomeWaters Club Overnight Fly Fishing Excursion, Ruger k10/22 Rifle, Pirates Baseball Tickets

Shooters will compete in the Wildlife For Everyone Endowment Foundation's Third Annual Sporting Clay Classic on Friday, May 30, 2014. The one-day event at the Seven Springs Sporting Clay Facility in Seven Springs, PA attracts some of Pennsylvania's sharpest marksmen. Through generous donations and sponsorships, nearly $10,000 worth of prizes and raffle items will be awarded to participants.

A safari hunt in South Africa's Limpopo Province provided by Numzaan Safaris highlights the Foundation's annual auction. The trip's winner can choose between a five or ten day adventure valued at either $6,500 or $8,500. The trip-for-two includes hunting with a personal guide, all transportation, lodging and meals in South Africa and fees towards trophy and taxidermy costs.

Shooters are grouped into personally-selected and randomized teams of four to tackle two challenging courses, testing patience and precision. Each shooter receives 100 rounds with awards given based on Lewis Class Scoring. Prizes are award to the top overall shooters, top shooters in each class and best team. Registration begins at 9 a.m. with competition beginning at 11 a.m. Pre-event registration is available through the Wildlife For Everyone Endowment Foundation and walk-up participants are welcome. Costs include $125 per shooter, $25 for Chinese Auction tickets and $10 tickets for other raffles.

"This is our third annual shoot and it continues to grow," said the foundation's Executive Director Vern Ross. "There is great support for wildlife here in Pennsylvania."

Wildlife For Everyone Endowment Foundation was established to provide permanent private support for wildlife habitat enhancement, wildlife research and education, land preservation and for the establishment of a Wildlife Education and Research Center in State College, PA. The Foundation celebrates the rich heritage of Pennsylvania wildlife, habitat and sportsmen and sportswomen. To date, Wildlife For Everyone Endowment Foundation has raised and provided over two million dollars on habitat improvements and educational programs throughout Pennsylvania.

Wildlife For Everyone Endowment Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit Foundation. More information about the foundation's projects can be found at www.wildlifeforeveryone.org.

Contact:
info@wildlifeforeveryone.org
814-238-8138

Vern Ross
Executive Director
Peg Hosterman
Administrative Assistant
Brian Tripp
Public Relations Assistant

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