New Website for Kids & Clays

New Website for Kids & Clays
New Website for Kids & Clays
National Sporting Clays Association
National Sporting Clays Association

San Antonio, TX – -(Ammoland.com)- Kids & Clays, NSSA-NSCA’s official charity, is proud to announce a totally new website, www.KidsandClays.com, designed by NSCA member Drew Lieske.

Drew is a senior at Davison High School in Davison, Mich., where he is enrolled in honors and AP courses and is currently ranked number one in his class.

Lieske offered to design and maintain the Kids & Clays website for several reasons. The first reason is his passion for the shooting sports, and he loves to see it grow and touch more people. He also noted that the Kids & Clays organization does a good job of promoting the sport and displaying the generosity of both its competitors and the people in the industry.

The final reason is that it is a great opportunity to incorporate his abilities and efforts in the industry that he appreciates the most, the shooting sports, into his community service/volunteer work for his high school senior exit project.

Lieske was introduced into the shooting industry by his father, NSCA shooter and instructor Pat Lieske, who also opened Michigan Shooting Centers LLC 12 years ago. In addition to his work with the family business, Drew Lieske is also the secretary of the Michigan Sporting Clays Association and a national delegate for the National Sporting Clays Association. He will be attending Hillsdale College and will be competing on their collegiate shooting team.

The Kids & Clays Foundation is a community of shooting sports enthusiasts committed to supporting Ronald McDonald House Charities and improving the lives of children and their families. By partnering with sponsors and shooters, Kids & Clays generates funds to help support the needs of Ronald McDonald Houses across the nation. For more information on events and the Foundation, please visit www.KidsAndClays.com.

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