Ernest C.Trefz Memorial Sporting Clays Invitational 2021

Ernest C.Trefz Memorial Sporting Clays Invitational 2021

About This Event

This years event was a huge success. Thank you to everyone for coming out, and we look forward to seeing you next year.

Click Here to see photos from the event!


Help us make a difference in the lives of critically ill children and their families from the Hudson Valley and beyond.

Featured activities include an amazing raffle that features thousands of dollars in prizes. Each participant also receives breakfast, shooter gift, lunch, and a fun-filled day of clay shooting – all for a good cause! Please join us in support of the Ronald McDonald House. We're on target to have a great day!

8:00 am - 9:15 am: Coffee/Breakfast and Registration
8:30 am - 9:15 am: Practice Shooting
9:15 am: Safety Orientation
9:30 am - 12:30 pm: Shooting Competition
12:30 pm: Lunch and Auction

12 gauge and 20 gauge ammo will be provided.

New to shooting sporting clays? Instruction is available.

For questions, email Christina at criley@rmhghv.org.


Location / Venue

Champion Sponsor

Golf Cart Sponsor

BBQ Lunch Sponsor

  • Capossela, Cohen LLC

Breakfast Sponsor

Friend Sponsor

Auctions

    Ernest C. Trefz Memorial Sporting Clays Invitational

    This annual charity sporting clays event is named for the late Mr. Trefz (1932-2017), who was a noted businessman, philanthropist and best known for operating 44 area McDonald’s restaurants. He was the longtime CEO of the Trefz Corporation, a family property management business, and the namesake of the University of Bridgeport’s business school.


    At Ronald McDonald House of the Greater Hudson Valley we envision a world where all children have access to the medical care they need, and their families are fully supported and actively involved in their children’s care. Your participation in this event helps support our efforts to offer families compassionate care by creating and running programs aimed at improving the health and well-being of sick children and their families.

    When a child is battling a medical crisis, our House provides families with all the comforts of home and eases some of the burdens they face every day. Together, we continue to enable access to medical care for seriously ill children, allowing a family-centered care approach to treatment and giving families what they need most during this critical time -– each other.