upcoming events


give life a shot tournament!

Saturday, June 12, 2021

 Clear Creek Sports Club, Corning

8:30 am - 1:30 pm

 

 

 $75 per person

(includes continental breakfast and BBQ lunch)

 

Shooters must provide their own rifle and shells and be at least 12 years old. Safety training provided.

 

Space is limited to 50 guests so register early to save  your spot.



The natural terrain of Clear Creek Sports Club simulates an actual hunting experience with different types of wild game in flight. Each of the ten shooting stations offers a unique challenge with varying trajectories, angles, speeds, elevations, distances, and target sizes.


prizes  |  raffles   |  10 shots/10 stations   |  delicious food  | fun


Want to shoot for free*? 

Do you have cheerleaders? 

 

Let your family and friends show their spirit by pledging $100, $50 or $25. When you get $225 or more in paid pledges, your $75 registration fee will be refunded.

 

Download the pledge form at the right and get out there and SHOOT FOR LIFE!

 

*You must provide your own gun and ammo.

Download
Pledge Sheet.pdf
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ANNUAL BANQUET

SATURDAY, AUGUST 28


DOORS OPEN AT 5:15 PM

PROGRAM BEGINS AT 6:00 PM

HOW TO HELP


~ BE A TABLE SPONSOR
~ HOST A TABLE OF EIGHT
~ DONATE RAFFLE ITEMS
~ SOLICIT RAFFLE ITEMS/DONATIONS
~ BE PART OF THE PLANNING TEAM


Our keynote speaker is Mark Schultz, an award-winning recording artist with over thirteen #1 hits on the Christian music charts.

Plan to attend and meet the new Executive Director, hear abou the work of LifeNet and enjoy a delicious meal with friends.

 


VOLUNTEER TRAINING

dATES & TIME

Volunteer Training is scheduled on an "as needed" basis. If you are interested in our next training, please read volunteer position descriptions and submit your interest form by clicking on the registration link below.

INFORMATION

Training is either 3 weeks for 3 half days per week or 4 weeks for 2 half days per week. Once this 23-hour training is completed, there will be ongoing training in the center during a probationary period.



The focus of the training is to guide trainees to serve as advocate coaches or as volunteers in the center. A coach is a pregnancy center worker who meets with women or men who are making pregnancy decisions, specifically those people who are considering abortion.

 

Recognizing that the pregnant woman is the ultimate decision maker in a pregnancy decision, the curriculum focuses on serving her well. Yet, concepts presented are transferable to serving men. The training offers practical tools and relevant information to better serve our community.

It is highly recommended that you get the training handbook. 

 

Click below to order the handbook online ($25 donation requested to partially offset the cost. Please scroll down on donation page to order the book).