Friends and family bring their shotguns and ammunition to Columbus to aim high for a cause.
The Bill and Virginia Leffen Center for Autism held it’s 5th Annual Clays For A Cause.
Teams of four and single participants completed in a clay shooting tournament.
Several thousand dollars are raised annually to support the center’s programs.
Organizers decided to start this event to attract more dad’s, grandpa’s, and uncle’s to support those with autism.
“It is so wonderful! We have got to know some of the people that have participated since year one. You see the same faces and the same names that come back year after year. And then, of course each year we have brand new participants who start to get to know how this works and how the autism works. So it’s really nice.” says kristy Parker, Leffen Center Clinical Director
All of the money raised at the end of today’s event will go toward scholarships and medical equipment at the Leffen Center.