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Good Samaritan Health Clinic sponsors shooting clays tournament fundraiser

LAND O'LAKES — Good Samaritan Health Clinic is holding a sports clay tournament called Aiming for Health from noon to 4 p.m. March 2 at Tampa Bay Sporting Clays, 10514 Ehren Cutoff, Land O'Lakes.

The event will also feature a barbecue lunch and prizes for first, second and third place, as well as a special prize for last place. Tickets are $125 per individual shooter and $600 per sponsored foursome. Spectator tickets are $20 each and include lunch. Silent auctions and other giveaways also will be held.

Tickets are available at the clinic at 5334 Aspen St,, New Port Richey, or at All proceeds benefit the clinic, a nonprofit agency that provides health care to those who don't qualify for Medicaid, Medicare or for a subsidized private policy under the Affordable Care Act.

Sponsors are also still needed. Call (727) 207-2090 for information.

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