Cabot Oil & Gas Sponsors Clay Shoot for NE PA Charity
Cabot Oil & Gas continues to be one of those companies that truly impresses MDN. Last year the company was a key in donating more than $2 million of its own money, and key in spurring on other companies to contribute another $2.4 million so that a stalled project to build a new hospital in Montrose, PA finally got off the ground (see Cabot Effort Raises $4.4 Million for PA Physicians Clinic). Cabot’s actions are more than just a photo op and quick PR gimmick. You don’t pony up $2 million of your own (and investors’) money, and dedicate countless hours of your staff’s time, unless you’re serious about being a good neighbor.
Cabot is “at it again”! This time they’re sponsoring a sporting clay tournament in northeastern PA with all proceeds to benefit what they call “the amazing” St. Joseph’s Center in Scranton, PA. MDN encourages you to consider going to the clay shoot or if you can’t, donating to this very worthy cause…
The announcement from Cabot:
Join Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation and St. Joseph’s Center on October 4th, 2013, for the biggest fall Sporting Clay Tournament to date. Shoot your way to the top in a variety of sporting events including: 5 Stand, Mad-Jack, Long Bird and the challenging Flurry. All funds raised will help the amazing St. Joseph’s Center in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
St. Joseph’s Center is a sign of hope to individuals and families who have special needs. They provide for individuals diagnosed with intellectual disability, pregnant women, young families, couples hoping to adopt, and people who require outpatient therapy. A sponsored mission of the Congregation of Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, St. Joseph’s center has been serving the region since 1888.
The event will be held at the very scenic Hausmann’s Hidden Hollow Sporting Clays in Friendsville, PA from 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM. Ticket cost includes lunch and ammunition for the tournament. There will be top notch vendors, live music and lots of fun, so don’t hesitate, and register today at http://cabotsportingclay.eventbrite.com/.