|5 Stand Sporting Clay Competition raises money for Wakulla youth|
The Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office hosted a Five Stand Sporting Clay Competition Saturday, May 24 to raise money for the Wakulla High School NJROTC and Project Graduation which will be held Thursday, June 5 at Wakulla Springs State Park.
The event raised $760 for the youth of Wakulla County. The event was sponsored by St. Marks Powder and prizes were provided by Ron’s Guns and Hunting Supplies, NoShoe Firearms and Accessories and Joe Page of Deer Track Blades, LLC.
There were a number of outstanding shooters competing but Randy Barnes hit 23 of 25 clay birds to win the 20 gauge shotgun from Ron’s Guns. Ray Geyer placed second hitting 22 targets to win a bone handle hunting knife from Joe Page. Marshall Driver placed third by hitting 21 of 25 targets. He won a $50 gift certificate from NoShoe Firearms.
Wakulla County Sheriff Charlie Creel presented the winners with their awards. Pictured from left: Marshall Driver, Sheriff Charlie Creel, Randy Barnes and Ray Geyer.