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Russell Biven Clayfest to “Pull!” for a good cause at Iron Mountain Sporting Clays
July 28, 2022

russell biven clayfest

KODAK, TN -- The Helen Ross McNabb Foundation invites the community to support the 2022 Russell Biven Clayfest on Friday, August 12 & Saturday, August 13, at the new Iron Mountain Sporting Clays in Sevier County.

Russell Biven hosts the tournament to benefit mental health, substance use, social and victim services in East Tennessee provided by the McNabb Center. Russell spends time during the event speaking to participants and partaking in the activities.

Clayfest includes two flights on Friday and a morning flight on Saturday. Limited openings are still available for the Friday afternoon and Saturday flights. The cost for a four-person team is $650 and includes lunch from Dead End BBQ, a goody bag, an event t-shirt, and the use of a golf cart. Individual and team prizes are awarded after each flight.

Russell invites participants and volunteers to come out and support the Center. “Every year, the McNabb Center becomes more important to our community, and every year they step up to meet the need,” Russell said. “I am honored to be a small part of helping meet the need with our Clayfest Tournament.”

Sponsors, teams, and volunteers can sign up online at . For additional information, contact Lindsay Hughes at (865) 329-9031.

Russell Biven Clayfest is co-presented by Centriworks and Cherokee Distributing in memory of Herb Ogle, a longtime friend and supporter of the McNabb Center. Herb was active in the Russell Biven Clayfest and served as an event committee member for many years.

Since its founding in 1972, the Helen Ross McNabb Foundation has worked diligently to support the work of the McNabb Center. In addition to providing leadership and direction, the Foundation’s staff and volunteer board actively raises, holds and invests funds on behalf of the Center. Funds raised by the Foundation over the past 50 years have contributed greatly toward the stability and growth of the Center. For more information, visit or call 865-541-6684.

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