First Place Highest Overall Team - Highlands County Sheriffs Office, sponsored by US Acute Care Solutions
Molly Elliot, winner of Highest Overall Junior
Florida Hospital Foundation 6th Annual Clay Shoot
Florida Hospital Foundation Boards of Lake Placid, Sebring and Wauchula hosted a successful clay shoot thanks to their sponsors. They would like to thank the Heartland community for supporting the Sixth Annual Clay Shoot that was held May 4 at Quail Creek Plantation in Okeechobee. All proceeds raised at the event will be used to meet the health care needs in Highlands and Hardee counties. With 120 shooters and 25 station sponsors, the event was a huge success with a gross income of more than $37,600. The shoot included delicious donations of fresh-from-Florida watermelon by Futch Farms and Fruit Pearls by CitraPac. Our shooters thirst was quenched with assorted juices donated by Natalie’s Orchid Island Juice and Everglades Farm Equipment satisfied the guests’ sweet tooth with homemade ice cream. Quail Creek Plantation provided the participants with a delicious BBQ lunch as winners were awarded their plaques and raffle item tickets were drawn. The Highlands County Sheriff’s Office, sponsored by US Acute Care Solutions, won First Place Highest Overall Team, Everglades Farm Equipment won Second Place Highest Overall Team, Lynn Hartzell won Highest Overall Female, Andy Morris won Highest Overall Male and Molly Elliot won Highest Overall Junior.
Heartland LIVING June July 2018
Florida Hospital Heartland President/CEO Randy Surber
Clay Shoot Major Sponsor Representative Cary Pigman