Aim2Cure 2017 Sports Shooting and Archery Competition

 

 

Aim2Cure 2017, a sports shooting target competition will be held Sunday, Oct. 15.

Aim2Cure 2017, a sports shooting target competition will be held Sunday, Oct. 15.

Sporting Event Benefits Judith Adele Agentis Charitable Foundation

 

LEHIGH VALLEY (Immediate Release) — Calling all archery and sports-shooting enthusiasts! All ages and abilities are welcome to participate in the 2017 Aim2Cure Archery and Handgun Competition. The sporting event, which benefits the Judith Adele Agentis Charitable Foundation (JAACF), a Lehigh Valley–based nonprofit that delivers meals to families holding vigil for loved ones in hospice, will be held Sunday, October 15, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. at The Heritage Guild, 70 Hilton Street in Easton, Pennsylvania.

Registration for new event participants begins promptly at 2 p.m. Returning marksmen and markswomen may register starting at 2:45 p.m. Instructors and range officers will be present to assist all participants throughout the competition.

An awards ceremony will take place immediately following the competition. A prize for highest combined bow and handgun score will be awarded. Highest bow score and highest handgun score will also be awarded. Second-place winners will receive awards, as well.

“We are looking forward to a fun and challenging day of competition for all participating sportsmen and sportswomen. We welcome all skill levels and ages,” says Bob Agentis, founder and chairman of JAACF.

Tickets are $45 per person. Refreshments, appetizers and beverages will be served. For tickets and additional information, go to https://whennow.com/event/aim2cure-archery-and-hand-gun-competition.

All equipment, including rental bow or sport gun and ammo, is provided. Archery participants may bring their own bow. (Archery entrants under 18 years of age and handgun entrants under 21 years old are required to be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.)

For more information, email BA.JAACF@gmail.com.  Checks for $45 per person should be made payable to JAACF.org and sent to: JAACF, P.O. Box 22075, Lehigh Valley PA 18002.

The JAACF fills a need: Since 2013, the 501(c)(3) has delivered for more than 10,000 meals to family members of patients at St. Luke’s Hospice House. Judith Adele Agentis Charitable Foundation was the recipient of the PA Hospice Network Heart of Hospice Award in 2014 and was awarded the Shining Star Award from St. Luke’s Hospital Network in that same year. In addition, the organization provides funding for early cancer detection education and testing for pancreatic, liver and colon cancers.  For more information, visit JAACF.org; find us on Facebook; or email us at ba.jaacf@gmail.com.

 

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Global Dinner Gala to Benefit Judith Adele Agentis Charitable Foundation Hospice House Meal Deliveries

International Foods, Music, Fashion and more to benefit Judith Adele Agentis Charitable Foundation

International Foods, Music, Fashion and more to benefit Judith Adele Agentis Charitable Foundation

 

BETHLEHEM, PA (IMMEDIATE RELEASE) The Judith Adele Agentis Charitable Foundation will present a “Global Dinner Gala,” at Blue Event Center, Thursday, March 16, from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m.

The evening will feature a menu created exclusively for JAACF by Blue Grillhouse Chef Patrick Barber. Guests will be treated to a tour of cuisine including Asian, Indian, Brazilian, Moroccan, and Portuguese styled grazing stations, specialty beverages, wine tastings, and entertainment from around the globe.

Tickets are $90 per person, and available at ActiveData at

http://bit.ly/2js1RQR. Or, email ba.jaacf@gmail.com for more info.

Guests will be treated to an African drum circle, and international inspired fashion show including Guatemalan inspired contemporary looks. Mediterranean and Euro inspired tunes will be part of the revelry.

Funds raised from the annual benefit will support, and ensure weekly hospice meal deliveries. To date, nearly 9,000 meals have been donated and delivered by JAACF volunteers to help comfort, and nourish family members holding vigil at St. Luke’s Hospice House.