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CCF Clay Shoot raises $38,250 for grants outside CoServ's service area

CCF Clay Shoot raises $38,250 for grants outside CoServ's service area

 

In 2022, the CoServ Charitable Foundation distributed $64,000 in grants from the Unrestricted Fund, which focuses on nonprofits outside CoServ’s service area.

They helped feed and clothe the homeless, assisted veterans, brought comfort to children with cancer and so much more. 

The money from these grants comes from CoServ Employees who participate in payroll deductions and special fundraising events like the CCF Golf Tournament and the CCF Clay Shoot.  Click here for more on the CCF Golf Tournament.  

On Sept. 30, 165 shooters participated in the fourth annual CCF Clay Shoot event at the Fossil Pointe Sporting Grounds in Decatur, raising $38,250 for CCF. The players were divided into 41 teams. This was the first event since 2019.

Here’s a breakdown of the results:

1st place: Team 5 R Ranch came in first place with 334 points. The team: Guy Sampson, Amanda Sampson, Eddie Nicholson and Jeff Richardson (Photo by JANIE MANN) 

2nd place: Team USIC- WTX came in second place with 327 points. The team: Josh Hamby, Brent Gilbert, Wesley Forman and Kent Wheeler (Photo by JANIE MANN) 

3rd place: Team 313 came in third place with 313 points. The team: Heath Lambearth, Dustin McCarty, Juston Parker and Casey Harrington (Photo by JANIE MANN) 

The best overall shooter was Josh Hamby with 93 points.

The Long Bird game winner was Cody Coulter. 

Team and station sponsors were: EHV Solutions, Texas Motor Speedway, Sterling Resources, Techline Inc., McCord Engineering, Inc., SSP Innovations, Site Barricades, USIC-WTX, Irby Utilities, Standard Utilities, USIC, Utility Sales of North Texas, Guy Willis Inspection, Primoris, Danco Services, LLC, Texas Meter and Device, United Commercial Energy Partners, The Okonite Company and Oberlender & Associates, Inc. Bates & Martin Architects and Texas State Utilities

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