Albany, Ga. –Are you a crack shot looking to flaunt your shooting abilities? Or maybe you would like to join in some festivities and boogie? The Boot, Shoot & Boogie event hosted by the Junior League of Albany, Georgia, Inc. (JLA) is the event for those who want to do either, or both.
On Saturday, October 20, 2012, the JLA will host the inaugural Boot, Shoot & Boogie clay sporting event at the Wynfield Plantation of Albany Georgia. There will be two time slots available for shooters to participate, 12:00pm and 3:00pm. Slots are available first come first serve.
Various awards will be presented to participants throughout the day including a half day Quail Hunt for four including lunch for and one year membership to Flint Skeet and Trap Club. Attendants will also have the opportunity to purchase raffle tickets for a Yeti cooler.
After the shooting concludes a casual dinner will be served by Austin’s Firegrill with local band Highway 55 providing the entertainment for the evening.
“We are really excited about this fundraiser. It is definitely a different event for Junior League and we feel like it could not be more appropriate for South Georgia in the fall.” Co- chair event coordinator Callie Walker said. “We have 80 spots available for shooters and they are filling up faster than we expected. We welcome corporate sponsors, shooters or party goers.
The outpouring of donations by community businesses has already been wonderful, especially for an inaugural event. We are especially grateful to S&S Roofing who volunteered to be our title sponsor this year. The proceeds go to our 2012 signature projects, the Lily Pad and the Children’s Miracle Network.” said Allison Daniel, co-chair for the event.
For more information about how to register or become a corporate sponsor, e-mail Callie or Allison at:
The Junior League of Albany, Inc. was founded in 1964 and is a member of the Association of Junior Leagues International, Inc. (AJLI). AJLI is an organization of women committed to promoting volunteerism and improving communities through effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. Junior Leagues reach out to women of all races, religions and national origins who demonstrate an interest and commitment to volunteerism. In addition to their signature projects, The Junior League of Albany, Georgia, Inc. also provides volunteers and donates needed items to various organizations throughout the community.