Clays for Camp Tiger 2017 results in big success

Published October 18, 2017

On Saturday, October 21 at 6 am, LSU Health Shreveport medical students, alumni, faculty, staff, community supporters and a very special Camp Tiger camper came together for a morning of fun and friendly competition. Over 80 shooters competed in a 10-station clay tournament and flurry competition followed by a barbeque lunch and awards ceremony. The nearly $20,000 of proceeds will benefit Camp Tiger 2018, a five-day camp organized and run by first-year medical students from LSU Health Shreveport. The camp serves children with physical and/or mental disabilities between the ages of 5 and 12 and is open to all qualified children entirely free of charge. Check out event photos on the Clays for Camp Tiger Facebook page.