Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Houston’s fifth annual Sporting Clays Tournament raises more than $63,000 for programs

Benefits Fort Bend, Galveston and Wharton Clubs

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Houston’s, (BGCGH) fifth annual Sporting Clays Tournament on Nov. 20 brought in more than $63,000 to provide critical funds supporting Clubs in Fort Bend, Galveston and Wharton. The monies raised ensure that the Clubs in these areas will be able to continue to provide essential programming after school and in the summer to some 5,400 children and teens who need it the most.

The event, starting with a breakfast at 9 a.m., was held at the Greater Houston Sports Club, 6700 McHard Rd. Taking home first-place honors was Thomas Nasser and first-place team was Thomas Nasser, Danny Pearson, Jeremy Ard, and Russell Cadle.

Additional winners include Steve St. Martin (second place); Kim Huston, Steve Edwards, David Huston and Lynn Huston (second place team); Jason Farmer (third place) and Kyle Lednicky, Clay Kaminsky, Brant Baird and Greg Haralson (third place team).

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Houston has 23 Clubs in five counties in the Houston area. These include the Fort Bend County Clubs of Stafford, Fort Bend, Richmond-Rosenberg and Mission Bend, along with the Johnny Mitchell Club in Galveston, the Wharton Dobson Club and Wharton Teen Scene.

“Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Houston appreciates all the support for this year’s Sporting Clays Tournament, especially given the challenges of our ongoing pandemic,” says Kevin Hattery, President and CEO. “The generosity of our sponsors and participants will go a long way in continuing our outstanding programming for Clubs in Fort Bend, Galveston and Wharton. Our youth development initiatives focus on helping youth achieve success in school, the workplace, and in life.”

Lead sponsors for the event include OcuSoft and SparkEnergy. Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Houston would also like to thank Kevin Zlotnik, Chris Reina, Randy Garcia and Eliza Quigley for serving on this year’s event committee.

To learn more about Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Houston, please visit www.bgcgh.org.