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Fall-ing into Service with the Service Scorecard (posted 11/17/2020)
Fall announces itself in a couple ways in the Hoop Shoot office; there’s the first changed leaf and brisk morning, and, of course, the kickoff of Lodge Hoop Shoot contests. This year, fall’s tidings also included our new virtual engagement opportunity, the Service Scorecard.
Staying Connected through Service (posted 10/13/2020)
Since March, virtual get-togethers are the new normal. We’re spending time together while not actually being together. To stay connected, we’ve gotten creative.
Introducing the Service Scorecard (posted 9/29/2020)
Since 2016, during the Hoop Shoot National Finals, National Finalists and their families come together for Hoop Shoot Assists, an evening of service and community. Due to the pandemic, the world calls for a new form of engagement for past, present and future Hoop Shooters—one in which we don’t have to be together to make a difference.
2020 Regional Champion Trading Cards (posted 9/25/2020)
We've created digital trading cards for the 2020 Hoop Shoot Regional Champions who were destined for the National Finals until the pandemic abruptly ended the season. Click here to view them and learn about the Regional Champions.
Hate Has No Home in the Hoop Shoot (posted 9/3/2020)
The Elks National Foundation and the entire Hoop Shoot team nationwide are committed to making contests fully inclusive, equitable, and safe for all our participants and volunteers. We welcome and encourage all eligible kids to give the Hoop Shoot a shot.
Hoop Shoot in the Time of Covid-19 (posted 8/31/2020)
Even with all the changes to the Hoop Shoot in 2020-21, one thing remains the same: the grit of the contestants. You don’t have to be the fastest, biggest, or strongest athlete on the court to sink one free throw after another. It’s all about practice and precision. When you step up to the free throw line, you step up to a level playing field.
Game Plan (posted 8/11/2020)
The game plan for the 2020-21 Hoop Shoot season was announced on the ENFtoYou: The Hoop Shoot Show. Here's a breakdown of that announcement. Click here to learn more about the 2020-21 Hoop Shoot.
Notice: Elks National Foundation Statement on COVID-19 (posted 3/10/2020)
Notice! Like you, the Elks National Foundation is monitoring the rapidly evolving Coronavirus, COVID-19, outbreak. As the situation continues to unfold, we are following CDC guidelines on practical ways to prevent the spread of infection. Read more here.
Jacobi Lafferty, a 2017 Hoop Shoot National Champion Volunteers in Vermont (posted 3/3/2020)
Jacobi Lafferty, a 2017 Hoop Shoot National Champion, volunteered at the Vermont State Contest as a Rebounder. "There were so many great lessons I learned from competing in the Hoop Shoot," writes Jacobi Lafferty, a 2017 #HoopShoot National Champion. "One of the most important things I learned was about how it was necessary to have a positive mindset and that if you put your mind to it, you can do anything." Read Jacobi's blog, "Sometimes You Miss Your First Shot," on the Elks National Foundation Blog.#TrueGritTuesday
2020 Morgan Wootten Award Winners Announced! (posted 2/26/2020)
The Elks Hoop Shoot is the proud new sponsor of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame’s annual Morgan Wootten Lifetime Achievement Award. The sponsorship is the latest collaboration between the Hoop Shoot and the Hall of Fame, a partnership that has endured for more than 35 years. The Hall of Fame awards two Wootten Awards annually to boys and girls high school coaches who have dedicated their lives to the betterment of student athletes. The award is named for Morgan Wootten, a legendary high school basketball coach enshrined at the Hall of Fame. The 2020 Wootten Award recipients are boys’ basketball coach Freddy Johnson from Greensboro Day School in North Carolina and girls’ basketball coach Jill Prudden from Oak Ridge High School in Tennessee. Read more here.

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