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AdventHealth's 2022 Sporting Clay Shoot

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We had more participants than ever before at our 21st Annual Sporting Clay Shoot! This sold-out event set new records with 252 shooters and $80,000 raised to help shape the future doctors, nurses and clinical staff attending AdventHealth University in addition to impacting various programs and services at AdventHealth.

In attendance were AdventHealth partners, sponsors and leaders including Dr. Edwin Hernández, President of AdventHealth University. Dr. Edwin Hernández shared, “when AdventHealth University students encounter hard times—from a death in the family to an illness, loss of income, or car trouble—it can jeopardize their ability to stay in school. Many are sole providers for their families as well as students. Thanks to the generosity of donors, the Grace Fund allows our chaplains to extend financial grace in times of trouble. A few hundred dollars can allow a student to stay on track, graduate on time, enter the workforce, and begin extending the same healing grace and ministry of Christ to others.”

Your gifts and participation bring students one step closer to making the future world a better place. We hope to see you again at next year's AdventHealth 22nd Sporting Clay Shoot.

Click here to make a gift to AdventHealth University or visit to learn the upcoming AdventHealth Sporting Clay Shoot on February 17, 2023. Thank you to our Presenting Sponsor, Brasfield & Gorrie! We appreciate all of our sponsors and community members who made this Clay Shoot a success.

a photo from the sporting clay shoot
a photo from the sporting clay shoot
a photo from the sporting clay shoot
a photo from the sporting clay shoot

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