Neighbors hosting 5th annual sporting clays tournament March 2 at Bridgeview Gun Club

BATON ROUGE, LA (January 10, 2018) — The Neighbors Capital Area Foundation will host its 5 th annual “Clays For A Cause” charity sporting clays tournament on March 2, 2018 at the Bridgeview Gun Club located at 1365 Northwest Dr., Port Allen, LA 70767. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Neighbors Way Tuition Assistance Fund. Through the funds raised, more than $15,000 of tuition assistance will be granted to one graduating senior at each high school participating in the Neighbors FCU Mascot Checking Program.

For participation and sponsorship packages visit or call 225-819-5627.

“We are excited to continue this wonderful tradition,” Neighbors President and CEO Steve Webb said. We hope that by granting these awards we are able to minimize the financial obstacles faced by students pursuing higher education. Investing in the education of our youth is a key component to building a better tomorrow.”

Four-person teams will compete in a 13-station, 100-shot course. Shooters may sign up in teams of four, or as an individual. Individuals will be placed on teams the day of the shoot. Gun rentals will be available on a limited basis for this event. Complimentary breakfast and lunch will be served for teams and a silent auction will be open throughout the day.

Last year, this event raised $18,862 for the Mental Health Association for Greater Baton Rouge.

Clays for a Cause Logo

Bridview Gun Club Logo

Steve Webb Shooting

About Neighbors Federal Credit Union

Neighbors Federal Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial cooperative operating as an  association dedicated to "people helping people." A handful of educators started Baton Rouge  Teachers in 1954 with a shoe box, a couple hundred dollars and the goal of making financial  services available to school system employees in our area.   Now, Neighbors Federal Credit Union is the largest community-chartered credit union in the  state of Louisiana with over 76,000 members and over $1 billion in assets. Since that time,  Neighbors has undergone a variety of changes, but the mission has stayed the same: Enhance  members' financial well-being and be a partner in the communities Neighbors serves.


Betty Mujica-Milano
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