Clay Shoot For Inclusion
Benefitting Special Olympics Southern California
Presented By The Knights of Columbus
Join us on Friday December 1st at Moore N Moore Sporting Clays for a fun-filled day breaking clay targets and supporting the amazing Athletes of Special Olympics Southern California
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We are excited to announce the 2023 Clay Shoot For Inclusion Honoree: California State Assemblyman Tom Lackey
Tom Lackey has represented California’s 34th Assembly District since 2014. Before joining the Assembly, Tom served on the Palmdale Elementary School District Board of Trustees and the Palmdale City Council. After high school, he served as a missionary for two years before he earned his bachelor’s degree in special education from Utah State University. Tom later worked as an elementary special education teacher before beginning a 28 year career with the California Highway Patrol reaching the rank of Sergeant.
During his short time as a State Legislator, Tom has championed successful efforts to combat the growing problem of drugged driving and provide increased state funding to support programs for individuals with developmental disabilities.
Tom has been a long-time champion for Special Olympics. Tom has participated in the Law Enforcement Torch Run and never misses an opportunity to participate in Special Olympics Southern California Summer and Fall Games. You will find Tom handing out medals and interacting with Athletes and their families.
We Are Pleased To Announce Your Emcee For Clay Shoot For Inclusion... Leo Stallworth!!!
Leo Stallworth is currently a general assignment reporter for ABC7 Eyewitness News.
Leo was born in Los Angeles but spent most of his childhood in Texas. He graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in Broadcast Journalism.
Leo began his reporting career on the radio in Dallas, Texas. His first television reporting position was in Tyler, Texas, but he quickly moved on to Sarasota, Florida. He then worked as an anchor in Florence/Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and a reporter/anchor in St. Louis, Missouri.
Since joining ABC7, Leo has become very involved in community events on behalf of ABC7.
Let's Break Some Clays Together For Inclusion!!!
Clay Shoot For Inclusion Timeline
Registration Open- 8:00am
Opening Ceremony- 8:45am
Shoot Begins- 9:15am
Event Conclusion- 2:00pm
Who Benefits From Clay Shoot For Inclusion?
All proceeds from Clay Shoot For Inclusion go directly to Special Olympics Southern California.
The over 35,000 Special Olympics Southern California Athletes and their families pay NOTHING for the Athletes to compete in Special Olympics competitions. That includes all uniforms, equipment, meals, and travel when competing.
This cannot happen without support from people like you!!!
- $500 Supports One Athlete for a Full Year of Competition.
- $250 Supports One Athlete for an Entire Sports Season
- $100 Supports an Athlete’s Participation in Athlete Leadership
- $50 Supports the Purchase of New Sports Equipment
- $35 Provides a New Uniform for an Athlete
Law Enforcement Torch Run
The Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics is a grass roots fundraising organization made up of Law Enforcement Agencies from around the world.
Since its inception in 1981 the organization has raised nearly a Billion Dollars for Special Olympics programs worldwide. Law Enforcement Torch Run’s mission is to raise funds and spread the message of inclusion for the Athletes of Special Olympics.
Clay Shoot For Inclusion is a proud partner of the Law Enforcement Torch Run.