Grace Chiropractic Center Supports our Veterans

For the past two years Grace Chiropractic Center has teamed up with Mountain Valley Sportsman’s Association ( in Hot Springs and with the Combat Veterans Association here in Arkansas. Dr. Clay is the match director for the Arkansas Top Shot II trick shooting pistol match. 100% of the money goes directly to the CVMA to officer Marty Gustafson. This marksmanship match tests the accuracy and speed on 10 unique stages from shooting asprin off of balloons without popping the balloon to shooting upside down, hitting life savers swinging on a string, cutting boards into half with a pistol at 25 feet in 30 seconds. Our first year we raised over 1000.00 at the four hour match.  The Combat Veterans Association is involved in raising funds for combat vet. facilities, wreaths for headstones and other activities.  “I can’t think of a better association to be apart of, to help our Veterans.”-Dr. Clay Gross

This year the event will be on July 30th and is open to everyone. Award certificates will be given to the Top Shot of several divisions: .22, 9mm, 38, 45, revolver, and optics. If you would like to participate or have questions please contact: Dr. Clay Gross at:

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