2013 6th Annual Harry D. Propst, MD Sporting Clays Invitational
Shooters started to return to the picnic area about 1:00 p.m. to enjoy the feast prepared by Mike May and Bert Occulto, of Battista and Miguel in Moscow, PA. Rob Brzuchalski barely had time to enjoy a glass of beer as he came off the course as a volunteer at one of the shooting stations, to don an apron and join Rich Garman on the buffet line to serve the more than 200 guests. They accomplished their task in under 30 minutes. The shooters and volunteers enjoyed barbequed chicken, homemade porketta, roast beef, sausage and peppers, pasta with vodka sauce, meatballs, mixed green salad, fruit salad and all the accompaniments.
A large measure of advanced preparation paid off, thanks to the work of Jeremy Gulley and his staff, joined by the Hospital’s Joe Grecco, Bob Hild and Tim Huber, who had the 20 station Catskill Pheasantry Sporting Clays course in pristine condition, with all of the traps loaded with clay birds and the shooting stations well stocked with ammunition. They also placed plenty of soda, bottled water and snacks, provided by the Hospital’s Nutrition Services Department, out on the course for the enjoyment of the shooters and the volunteers at the shooting stations. Mother Nature cooperated by holding off the rain until after everyone was on the way home.
Mealtime offered the opportunity for fellowship, making new acquaintances and renewing old. Three generations of Propst family were on hand for the event. Michael Propst, Dr. Propst’s son, and grandsons Mike and Andrew, were members of Team 27. Michael’s wife and Foundation Board member, Nancy, and Andrew’s son, Charlie, were also on hand to cheer the shooters and help distribute prizes at the conclusion of the event. The overall high score was 85, carded by Fred Leber. Winner of the youth group was Luke Krompasky, with a score of 84. With the same score of 84, Cliff Trumbo, won the Class A, Men’s Division. Class B was won by Don Chapman, with a 68; Class C by Nathan Houghtaling, with a score of 60; Class D, Bob Holeva, with a score of 53; Class E, Jim Pleviak, with a score of 47; and Class F, Rick Elliott, with a score of 39. The Ladies Division winner was Molly Rodgers, Wayne County Library Administrator, of Tafton, with a score of 50. All individual scores, Lewis Class A through F team winners and scores and gun raffle winners are listed below. Next year’s event is scheduled for Saturday, September 20th. Hope to see all of you there once again. Until then, on behalf of the Wayne Memorial Hospital family and all those we are privileged to serve, thank you for your generosity and support. Every best wish for a healthy and peaceful year.
Lewis Class A Team Score 360
Lewis Class B Team Score 327
Lewis Class C Team Score 314
Lewis Class D Team Score 313
Lewis Class E Team Score 308
Lewis Class F Team Score 302
GUN RAFFLE WINNERS
L. B. Feduchak
Click on this link for all INDIVIDUAL SCORES. ScoresWeb2.pdfBack