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Target for Healthcare Trap Shoot

Ready, Aim, Fire for a Good Cause

Morristown-Hamblen Hospital Foundation presents the Target for Healthcare Trap Shoot, an exciting event benefiting Morristown-Hamblen Healthcare System. Proceeds from this event allow the foundation to support continuing professional education, program development, and medical equipment needs at the hospital. You’ll find great targets, tasty food and support a worthy cause: proceeds benefit the Morristown-Hamblen Healthcare System.

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. Prizes will be awarded to the Tournament Champion team, as well as the second and third place teams. 

Event Information

Friday, September 29, 2023

Morning and afternoon rounds available.

Hog Heaven Gun Club
560 Highway 113, White Pine, TN 37890


Sponsorships range from $300 to $1,750 and teams of five shooters may register for $900. Learn more about sponsoring the Target for Healthcare Trap Shoot.

About the Morristown-Hamblen Healthcare Foundation

Since 1997, the Morristown-Hamblen Hospital Foundation has raised funds to support Morristown-Hamblen Healthcare System. As a result of the generosity of corporate sponsors and participants in events like the annual Golf Tournament and Gala, the Foundation has been able to support patient care, continuing professional education, program development, and purchases of needed medical equipment.

The purpose of the Morristown-Hamblen Hospital Foundation is to support Morristown-Hamblen Healthcare System in promoting and advancing the well-being of our community by providing quality healthcare and health related services. Its mission is to provide philanthropic support to the health system through the generosity of individuals, corporations and foundations in the community with the support of its volunteer board of directors.