Family Pathways recently held its first Sporting Clays Benefit to raise funds for its local food shelves, youth services and senior services programs. The event was held at Wild Wings of Oneka a beautiful private hunting and sporting clays club in Hugo. Participants and sponsors came together to take aim on impacting issues like local hunger, reaching special needs and at-risk students, and assisting isolated seniors and family caregivers – all issues Family Pathways programs address.
When it came to skill, Jon Olson of Olson’s Sewer Service took “Top Gun” honors; second place went to Pat Johnson with Minnesota Energy Resources and third place to Brad Kolstad of Chris Mastell Trailers. Joe Olson of Milaca (not related to Jon Olson) won the Baikal 310 over/under shotgun. All participants enjoyed strategizing on how to hit the most targets in the duck flurry. Family Pathways wishes to thank all who helped raise over $6,000. To learn more about the program services Family Pathways offers our communities and how you can contribute, volunteer or receive assistance visit familypathways.org.