Jaxson’s Crusaders Spooky Shoot
October 31 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm$100
THE NOT-SO-SPOOKY SHOOT
The Inaugural Jax Clay Shoot in June was so much fun and we raised more than $29,000 towards gene therapy research that we couldn’t wait to do it again! This Halloween, we hope you will join us in the morning for a 100-round sporting clay shoot and family-friendly activities including a Trunk-or-Treat and a costume contest for kids and adults. Be sure to choose your best costume whether you are a shooter or a spectator.
- $80 Junior Shooter (18 and under; lunch included)
- $100 Individual Shooter (lunch included)
- $400 Four-man Team (lunch included)
- $100 Golf Cart (seats 4; only 24 available)
- $15 General Ticket (includes lunch)
SPORTING CLAY FORMAT
Mulligans Available for Purchase
- 1 for $10 or 12 for $100
- A Mulligan gives you an opportunity to re-shoot a target
- Max score is 100
- Mulligans must be purchased before the shoot begins
Four Person Teams
Team, Individual & Junior Awards
This is a family-friendly event. We will have a trunk-or-treat, bounce house, face-painting and a kid-safe shooting game happening during the shoot. Anyone is welcome to ride along with a shooter throughout the course at no charge.
9:00 am Registration & Check-in
9:45 am Safety Briefing
10:00 am Shoot Begins
12:30 pm Lunch, Drinks & Awards
All ages are welcome to attend this family-friendly event. We will have a Trunk-or-Treat, live music, face-painting, bounce house, a kid-safe shooting game, and plenty of kid-friendly activities. Anyone who is not shooting can buy a ticket for $15 that includes lunch and the activities listed. These tickets can be purchased online or day of event at registration. This is the “General Ticket” if you’re purchasing online.
Jax was diagnosed with a terminal mitochondrial disease known as Leigh syndrome on October 30, 2014. Leigh syndrome is a rare genetic disorder characterized by progressive damage to the central nervous system. It is caused by a defect in the function of mitochondria within the cells of the body.
Our goal is to slow the progression of this disease while working towards a cure for Jaxs and future generations. This fundraising event directly benefits gene therapy which looks to be a promising life-extending treatment for Jax who is now 7.