0613 Clay Shoot
Nick Cotumaccio, Nicholas Cotumaccio, Chuck Penuel and Mitchell Weyandt at the Clay Shoot
The Annual HCSF Clay Shoot was held in April at Selwood Farms in Childersburg.
With perfect weather and great attendance, the event, a major contributor to the funds generated each year by the Hoover City School Foundation, was a huge success.
“The funds raised will again go to provide grants for our teachers, as well as a scholarship for a graduating senior at Hoover High School and Spain Park High School, who plan to attend a two-year Alabama community college or vocational school,” said Bill Gray, senior vice president at Bryant Bank and co-chairman of the Clay Shoot Events Committee. Fellow Co-Chairs were Steve McClinton and David Smith.
The team from Regions Bank, comprised of Pat Hurdy, Joe Greenway, Ross Swinson and Curtis Proctor, won first place, with the team from Wayne’s Environmental Services, comprised of Steven Splawn, Justin Brown, Tim Crow and Tommy Crawford, coming in second.
Special guests in attendance at the event included Andy Craig, superintendent of Hoover City Schools; City Councilman John Lyda; and Stephen Presley, Hoover City Schools Board of Education member.
Event organizers extend a special thanks to its sponsors: Starbucks on Highway 150, Chick-Fil-A on Highway 150, the Highway 280 location of Hamburger Heaven and The Whole Scoop of South Shades Crest Road.