Shooting sports helps Ronald McDonald House raise more than $87,000

By on Oct. 29, 2019 in Trap & Skeet

BRAINARD, Neb. – The Concordia University shooting sports program took a break from competition during the weekend of Oct. 18-20 to lend a hand at the Kids & Clays Sporting Clays Tournament. The event held at the Bulldogs’ home course at Oak Creek Sporting Club in Brainard, Neb., benefited Ronald McDonald House Charities. Results and photos from the event can be found via the Ronald McDonald House of Omaha website HERE.

A collective 423 volunteer hours of service provided by head coach Scott Moniot’s Bulldog shooting sports team aided in the generation of more than $87,000 in charitable funds. According to Ronald McDonald House Charities, that total surpassed the funds raised in each of the previous Kids & Clays Sporting Clays Tournaments put on by the organization. Because of such support, Ronald McDonald House families are enabled to have a home away from home while their children undergo medical treatment in area hospitals.

The team has also volunteered with Ducks Unlimited and has served meals at the VFW. Moniot’s squad is made up of 34 total team members.