Trap Shooting, Next Event in the Uniquely Jewish Event Series
When the Jewish Federation of Louisville began planning the Uniquely Jewish Event Series, the idea was to offer a wide variety of experiences that are not necessarily what you’d expect to find at an event sponsored by the Annual Campaign and to offer a Jewish connection.
At Uniquely Jewish: A Day at the Range, members of the community are invited to test their skill and concentration at trap shooting, hear a first-hand account of life in the Israeli army from retired IDF officer Keren Benabou and enjoy brunch.
The event will be on Sunday, July 14, from 10 a.m.-noon at Jefferson County Sportsman Club, 12100 Waterford Rd. The cost is $54 per person and includes basic instruction, ammunition, a 20-minute shooting session, Benabou’s presentation and brunch. A vaad approved option is available if requested by July 10.
Space is limited for this event, and reservations must be made online later than July 10. For more information, contact Mary Jean Timmel, 238-2703.
Ben Vaughan is chair of this event.