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4-H Rifle Team of Wilson County receives grant


4-H Rifle Team of Wilson County receives grant
Liz Foley (second from left), South Texas NRA field representative, and rifle coach and FNRA committee member Amy Zaiontz (far right) stand proudly with rifle team members (from left) Armando Guevara, Abigail Zaiontz, Michael Barclay, Trevor Moczygemba, Austin Rumsey, Serina Holder, Mercedes Guevara, Shawn Holder, Amylia Ryan, and Tristan Summy as they display a grant received from the NRA Foundation.


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The 4-H Rifle Team of Wilson County would like to send out a big thank you to The National Rifle Association (NRA) Foundation for the grant that was awarded to the group. The grant awarded to the 4-H Rifle Team totaled $14,835.85 to be used toward new supplies. The team was able to purchase a trailer to help haul all the needed equipment to rifle meets in the South Texas area.  . . .

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