For nearly two decades, CASA of Oklahoma County has been the beneficiary of Halliburton’s Energy for Children event. This one-day clay sporting shoot hosts hundreds of people in support of the abused and neglected children of Oklahoma County. The event is held each spring and remains the largest clay sporting event in the state.
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Oklahoma County provides trained volunteers to be champions for the individualized best interests of children in foster care. CASA provides a trained caring adult to advocate for the best interest of children who have been removed from their home due to abuse or neglect. CASA volunteers get to know the children and communicate with all parties in the case and people in the child’s life in order to provide complete information and sound recommendations to the court. As “the eyes and ears” of the judge, the CASA volunteer offers a neutral, third-party opinion to the court, one that is unbiased and child-focused. All proceeds from Energy for Children go to support the volunteer service of the CASA program.
This year, the shoot will be held April 5, 2021 at Quail Ridge Sporting Clays, 2401 S. McLoud Rd (Hwy 102 North) McLoud, OK 74851. Thank you to Halliburton, all the sponsors and shooters, and Quail Ridge Sporting Clays for helping make this incredible event possible!
All team costs now include a golf cart with no additional charge for that service.
We will be practicing social distancing at our event.
We will require masks be worn for the safety of all participants involved. In the unfortunate situation that this event has to be canceled or rescheduled, CASA will contact all registered participants directly.
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If you have questions for CASA about the event, please contact: