Organizations, businesses make Teens on Target possible

Posted: Thursday, November 25, 2010

It takes an incredible volunteer base to make programs such as Teens on Target happen.

National Rifle Association- Thank-you for the significant financial backing to the program, because of NRA these young ladies had the finest equipment.

4H Shooting Sports - Thank-you to Nancy Veal for all of your invaluable help and support. The youth on Kenai Peninsula have greatly benefited from all of your hard work.

KP Safari Club International- A special thanks to Billey Hardy, Christine and Bob Ermold, Mike Crawford, Mark Burdick and Mike Ashwell, we appreciate your volunteer time with these young ladies. Thank-you to all of the SCI members who made the annual Pheasant Hunt possible, we greatly appreciate you working with our young shooters.

Wilderness Way- Thank-you to Brian Richards, it is small businesses like Wilderness Way that is the back bone of America! Many thanks for the use of your range and classroom space; we are sincerely grateful for your willingness to contribute to the program's success.

Alaska Custom Meats - Avery Hanson- thank-you for your help in processing the girl's moose from their educational moose hunt.

Because of these organizations and individuals, eight young women have been trained in firearm instruction and safety, allowing them to share these skills with others.

Elaina and Ted Spraker

Teens on Target Instructors

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