PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. - Volunteers with Second Chance of Northwest Florida, Inc. raised thousands of dollars at the Bay County Shooting Range Friday. The group held its '1st Annual Sporting Clay Shoot'.
The money was raised from several local organizations who sponsored the skeet shoot.
Second Chance is a non-profit organization that serves the needs of adults with brain injuries, as well as their families.
The group held a silent auction, and awarded participants for 'best shooter', 'worst shooter'.
Second Chance President Sherl Morden says the organization wanted to try a new way to help families.
"We've done golf tournaments in the past, we've had glow runs. All of those are wonderful and we've had great fun and great turnout. But we thought we would try something different," said Morden.
Organizers say they raised more than $10,000 from the skeet shoot.
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