Columbia, Missouri -
Molly Smith, one of this year's Youth Education Summit participants, is no ordinary tenth-grader. At just 15 years old, Molly has been a member of the Smith & Wesson shooting team for about two years.
This young deadeye has been all over the world competing with shooters more than twice her age and has proven she can keep up the pace.
Molly has been featured on NRA News and writes for Women's Outdoor News as well as for her own website, The Molly Minute. She is a prominent shooter at the MidwayUSA/NRA Bianchi Cup (where she can be found right now) and is a revolver shooter to boot.
A clear fan of firearms, attending the Youth Education Summit will teach Molly even more about how to be an active supporter of the Second Amendment. This year's class of 45 will also learn the significance of the American Constitution and Bill of Rights after listening to speeches from men and women involved in our government as well as delivering speeches of their own. Students will also be divided into teams and engage in debates with one another over the course of the week.
"I can hardly wait until Y.E.S.! I've got my speech written and can hardly control myself about the debate topic," Molly said. "I'm loving this!"