St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office Participates In ‘Gunning For A Cure’

Members of the St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office team who participated in Gunning for a Cure held in early March at Stella Plantation in Braithwaite, are from left: St. Bernard Sheriff James Pohlmann, St. Bernard Parish President Guy McInnis, Lt. Robert Broadhead, Capt. Brian Clark, Dep. Dusty Gould, Sgt. Gary Noriea, Lt. Ryan Melerine and Col. Chad Clark.

St. Bernard Sheriff James Pohlmann was joined by a group of six St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office deputies and St. Bernard Parish President Guy McInnis to form a team for Gunning for a Cure held in early March at Stella Plantation in Braithwaite.

Gunning for a Cure is an annual sporting clays competition designed to raise funds for prostate cancer research. Proceeds from the friendly competition benefit Dr. Oliver Sartor’s Prostate Cancer Research Fund at Tulane Cancer Center.

Joining Sheriff Pohlmann and President McInnis were: Col. Chad Clark, Capt. Brian Clark, Lt. Robert Broadhead, Lt. Ryan Melerine, Sgt. Gary Noriea, and Dep. Dusty Gould.

The event, which also featured live entertainment, food, and beverages, auctions, and raffles, aims to improve the health of men by discovering the means to treat prostate cancer, while ultimately aiming to develop a cure. 

For more info about the annual event, visit gunningforacure.org.