By Kerrin Brinkman | October 5 2010 08:00

Thanks to Brett Conners in Youth Programs for our final profile on the 2010 Outstanding Achievement Youth Award winners:

Megan Lee, third place winner of the 2010 NRA Outstanding Achievement Youth AwardMegan Lee, a 16 year old from Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina, took third place and earned a $2,000 award for her achievements in the shooting sports and her community.  

Lee is an active member of Sir Walter Gun Club and an accomplished smallbore shooter having earned a Junior Olympic gold medal. She has volunteered and participated at the National Matches at Camp Perry, earning 3rd place in the 2010 National Smallbore Rifle NRA 3-Position Championship out of a field of 293 competitors.

Lee also volunteers within her community with groups such as Relay for Life and St. Bernadette’s Catholic food bank. She's active with the NRA's Women On Target® program as an instructor and volunteer. Not only does Lee have an impressive academic record, she also serves as a steward of the shooting sports within her community.

That concludes the profiles on our 2010 Outstanding Achievement Youth Award Winners. If you or somone you know is an NRA Junior Member who exemplifies excellence in the shooting sports, academics, and the community, they may qualify for selection. The deadline to apply for 2011 is May 1, so check out the OAYA website for more information on requirements and how to apply.

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