Clary & Associates Competes in Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s Fifth Annual “Shoot for a Cure” Event

Jacksonville, FL — April 26, 2006 — Clary & Associates Professional Surveyors and Mappers took to the great outdoors at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, March 14th to participate in the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s Fifth Annual “Shoot for a Cure” competition. Participating teams, both sponsored and co-sponsored by the company, gathered together at W.W. Sporting Clays in Jacksonville to raise funds for the foundation’s popular charity sporting event.

Having donated $1,875 in competition entry fees, Clary & Associates helped to raise money for cure research, as well as public awareness of cystic fibrosis (CF) — a genetic disease affecting approximately 30,000 adults and children in the United States. As an added bonus to an inherently rewarding day, one of the Clary and Associates teams was honored as the First in Class winner of the B-Class teams. Individual event shooters representing Clary & Associates were: Greg Clary, Bob Pittman and Rob Gardner — a former sharpshooter for the United States Army.

“The Jacksonville Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is hard at work to help find a cure for this disease, and we’re happy to be a supporter of such a tremendous and challenging effort,” said Greg Clary, founder and president of Clary & Associates. “We understand the importance and value of giving back to the community, which is why we actively support many local non-profit organizations. They deserve our heartfelt respect and thanks for their continued hard work. It benefits us all.”

According to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, more than 10 million Americans are unknowing, symptomless carriers of the defective CF gene, which causes the body to produce abnormally thick secretions that clog the lungs and lead to life threatening lung infections. These secretions also obstruct the pancreas, preventing digestive enzymes from reaching the intestines to help break down and absorb food.

The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation supports and accredits more than 115 CF care centers nationwide. These centers, located at major teaching and community hospitals, offer comprehensive diagnosis and treatment, as well as provide high-quality, specialized care for those afflicted with the disease. The annual “Shoot for a Cure” fund-raising event is just one of the ways the foundation raises awareness and much-needed funds for scientific research.

“We appreciate our team members for taking time out of their busy schedules to join us for this worthy cause,” said Clary. “We had a fantastic time challenging and recharging ourselves, as well as enjoying the great fellowship made possible by this event.”

Co-presented by Batson-Cook Construction and Adams Interior Contractors, the event cost $1,250 per each team of four shooters. The entry fee included lunch from Cross Creek Steakhouse and Ribs, post-event snacks, beverages and ammunition. For more information on cystic fibrosis and other upcoming Jacksonville Chapter events, visit

Since 1983, Clary & Associates, Inc. has been making its mark as a leading provider of professional surveying and mapping services. Specializing in large-scale residential and commercial land development projects, Clary & Associates has a well-earned reputation for delivering high performance and value. By blending innovation and integrity, founder Greg Clary and his team of skilled professionals are committed to maintaining the highest standards of excellence while serving clients in the real estate, architecture, engineering and transportation industries, as well as state and local government.

Clary & Associates, Inc. provides a wide range of surveying and mapping services, including: Boundary, topographical, wetland and condominium surveys, as well as transportation design and right-of-way surveys, subsurface utility designation and excavation, and GIS Mapping.

Clary & Associates is located at 3830 Crown Point Road in Jacksonville. For more information, please call (904) 260-2703, or visit

Photo caption: (L to R) Justin Hart, Curtis Hart, Greg Clary and Barry Demay