Hamilton Stephens Steele + Martin attorneys Keith Merritt, Mark Riopel, Nancy Stewart, Glenn Thompson and Allen West attended the Sixth Annual “Fall Flurry” Charity Shoot on October 3, 2014. The Fall Flurry event is a team clay shooting competition located at Meadow Wood Farm in Waxhaw, North Carolina. Participants travel to thirteen shooting stations of various degrees of difficulty and style, where each participant is given a turn to hit 4-5 clay pigeons.
Proceeds from the Fall Flurry benefit Pat’s Place Child Advocacy Center, the only child advocacy center in Mecklenburg County serving children from birth to age 18. By providing a physical environment where a child’s well-being is the first priority, Pat’s Place reduces trauma and promotes healing from sexual abuse. Prior to this year, the Fall Flurry event has collectively raised over $48,000 for Pat’s Place. This year’s event raised approximately $17,000 for the organization. More information on Pat’s Place can be found here: http://www.patsplacecac.org/default.aspx.
The Fall Flurry event is hosted by DCG Construction, a commercial general contractor, specializing in interior up fits, interior renovations and light commercial projects in the medical, office, retail, restaurant, and industrial property sectors. More information on DCG Construction can be found here: http://www.dcg-construction.com/.
This is Hamilton Stephens’ third year to participate in the Fall Flurry event, and, this year, we are happy to report that neither of the two Hamilton Stephens’ teams received the lowest score.