NRA Gives 12,000 in Grants to Texas 4-H Program

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posted on June 5, 2014
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Are you ready for some positive news about a local group that's just gotten a hand from their friends at the NRA? We are, which is exactly why we're tell you the story of Baylor County's 4-H program.

Baylor's a hardworking local outfit that runs summer camps, teaches leadership, brings their brightest to events like the Star of Texas and Rodeo Houston Stock Shows. Last year they applied for a number of NRA Foundation Grants ... they received two.

Thanks to the work of the West Texas Friends of NRA, Baylor County received $11,494.75 in grants. Funds earmarked for a plethora of shooting sports goodies.

To read the full story from NRAblog.com, click here.

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