Bainbridge Lions Club holds annual skeet shooting competition

Published 8:27 pm Tuesday, February 4, 2014

The Westwood Mitchell County 4-H Club number four and Ivey Funeral Home four-man team won the A and B division championships Saturday at the 15th annual Bainbridge Lions Club Skeet Shoot For Sight at Mathew Sharber’s East River Clays 10 station shooting range.
There were five targets worth 10 points each at the stations.
Members of the A class champion Westwood Mitchell County 4H Club number 4 team, which compiled 157 points, were Brock Allen, Chandler Conine, Trey Wright and Vince Bostick.
The individual champion in the A division was Trey Wright of the A division champion Westwood Mitchell County 4-H Club and B division individual champion was Chuck Wester of the Georgia Gulf Sulfur Corporation team. On the B class champion Ivey Funeral Home team were Blake Daughtry, Daniel Poitevint, Spencer Stevens and Landon Bryant.
Bainbridge Lions Club president Frank Loeffler and Skeet Shoot For Sight chairman Randy Dunlap expressed their appreciation to all the teams and volunteers.
“Because of the great caring and civic pride you showed by participating today, we will be able to help more deserving people through our sight conservation projects,” Loeffler said.
“We also want to thank Matthew Sharber for allowing us to use his great range again,” added Dunlap. “Our Lions motto is to serve, and because of his kindness, we will be able to help blind and visually impaired citizens.”
Contributors were Kres Jewelers, Buz Beauchamp, Larry Miles, Jim Morris, Bainbridge Ophthalmology, Palmer Insurance, Shaw Industries, Global Supply Corporation, LM Installations, Barber Fertilizer, Glenn Heard Farms, First National Bank, Cox Funeral Home, Jones Country Meats, Matt Sharber, Southwind Ford and Jack Leverette.