Andrew H. Campbell Memorial Sporting Clays Tournament
The 11th Annual Andrew H. Campbell Memorial Sporting Clays Tournament will be held on Thursday, June 20, 2019 at Hudson Farm Club in Andover, NJ.
This event is held each year in honor of Andrew H. Campbell, a longtime board chair of Trinitas, whose family continues his legacy of service and generosity to the medical center. We invite you to join The Campbell Family along with other Trinitas supporters at the farm for a day of sport, remembrance, and charity. In addition to the clay shoot, you'll enjoy breakfast and lunch, try your luck at our wine pull and a chance to participate in our raffle to win big!
Whether you are an experienced or novice shooter, Hudson Farm Club will provide the instruction and guidance you need. Each entry includes four boxes of shells, eye and ear protection, gun rental (if needed), cart rental for your team, breakfast and pig roast lunch.
Squad of Four - $2,000
Individual Experience Shooter - $475
Individual Novice Shooter - $500
Can't join us but still want to support? There are many sponsorship opportunities available. For more information, or to register for the event, click here.
We look forward to having you join us for our 11th Anniversary Clay Shoot Event! For more information you can also email Kim Boyer at email@example.com or call her at 908-994-8249.
Sporting clays is the act of shooting at clay disks, launched from multiple stations across a course. This golf-like activity sharpens shooting skills and thrills experts and novices alike. No animals are harmed in the process of a sporting clays shoot. The Hudson Farm Club is a private shooting club, operating since 1997, that spans 3,800 acres in northern New Jersey.
Andrew H. Campbell
To those who knew him, Andy Campbell was a wonderful family man, a successful businessman and a person of great spirit, humor and humility.
As a board member of both Elizabeth General Medical Center and Trinitas Hospital, Andy played a pivotal role in the consolidation that became known as Trinitas, and in the development and funding of the Trinitas Comprehensive Cancer Center, a building that bears his name for all to see.
In addition to naming the Cancer Center building after him, those of us who remember him fondly wanted another way to keep his memory alive as an example for others to follow.
The Andrew H. Campbell Memorial Sporting Clays Tournament has been another example of how Andy's memory, and his spirit, continue to help Trinitas in its mission of providing outstanding health care services to those in need.