Stepping Stones Hosts Most Successful Sporting Clays Tournament To Date

Date posted: November 3, 2021

Thank you for your support!
Stepping Stones hosted its 5th anniversary Sporting Clays Tournament on October 22, 2021, at the Sycamore Pheasant Club in Loveland. The event netted more than $114,000 to benefit year-round programming for children, teens and adults with disabilities, making this their most successful clay shoot ever!

Attendees hit the course for a clay shoot featuring 75 targets, flurry game and celebrity shooters Matt Hemberger and Amy Ready. Supporters raised money for the organization by participating in a ra­ffle with nine excellent prize packages and a live auction with four premier packages. Mark Greene, Mark Hill, Matthew Hill, Ryan Moeller and Joe Zappasodi won the team competition and Ryan Moeller was also the winning individual shooter. Major sponsors from the event included Austin E. Knowlton Foundation, PLK Communities, Johnson Investment Counsel, Inc and Wyler Family Foundation.

“We are so thankful to everyone who came to support Stepping Stones and their much-needed programs,” said event co-chairs Peter Borchers and Brian Folke. “We were able to fundraise 47% more than last year – making this year’s event our most successful tournament to date.”

There’s still time to support their life-strengthening programs by making a general donation. For media inquiries, please contact Adam Hesselbrock at 513-965-3051 or email Adam.Hesselbrock@SteppingStonesOhio.Org.

(L to R) Kerry Mongelluzzo (Indian Hill), Kathy Schmitt (Indian Hill), Ellen Grossi (Indian Hill) and Anne Shanahan (Hyde Park) team up as a foursome.

Ryan Moeller (Oakley) shows off his bourbon prize as the first place individual shooter.

(L to R) Matthew Hill (Madeira), Ryan Moeller (Oakley), Mark Hill (Symmes Twp), Mark Greene (Indian Hill) and Joe Zappasodi (Western Hills) win first place.


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