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MHHS Foundation hosts Target For Healthcare

Posted on July 31, 2019

On Friday, July 26 the Morristown-Hamblen Hospital Foundation hosted the inaugural Target for Healthcare Trap Shoot held at Hog Heaven Gun Club located in White Pine, TN. What is trapshooting? Trapshooting is a form of clay target shooting with lots of action, movement, and split-second timing. It requires accuracy and skill to repeatedly aim, fire, and hit the 4 1/4 inch clay disc, which is hurled through the air at a speed of 42mph to simulate the flight path of a bird fleeing a hunter.

Friday was an exciting and fun filled day which raised over $11,000 to benefit the patients and families of the Morristown-Hamblen Healthcare System. The Kinley Project is  one program that will benefit from the fundraiser. The Kinley Project provides the families of stillborn and premature babies a support box to help them through a very difficult time. The basket includes a keepsake locket, gas cards, baby blankets, preemie clothing, baby blankets and more.  

Thank you to our volunteers and sponsors for supporting the event. Sponsors included Covenant Health, HomeTrust Bank, Morristown-Hamblen Healthcare System, Sevier County Utility District, Citizen Tribune, WCRK FM, Country Legends 93.3, Laura Dickerson – RE/MAX Real Estate TN, Heritage Center and Storms & Associates.

The days winners included:

·       First Place: College Park Pharmacy, consisting of Joseph Roberts, Tyler Haney (High Scorer), David Walker, Connor Frassure and Jack Armstrong.

·       Runners Up:  

o   Morristown-Hamblen Healthcare System: Gabe Johnson, Ted Johnson, Will Eversole, Mathew Whitaker, Nolan Gray

o   Harrison Construction: Drew Cothern, Drew Bailey, Chris Hickle, Derek Johnson, Scott Kinsley,

o   Kinsler Construction: Aaron Kinsler, Derek Kinsler, Ryan Banta, Chase Rich, Andy Rada

For photos from the event, check us out on Facebook!