By Lars Dalseide | January 3 2011 10:04

NRA Clubs & Association As we told you last week, the fall edition of Club Connections is on its way to all NRA affiliated clubs. Here's a great piece written by Diane Danielson, National Coordinator for Women On Target® Instructional Shooting Clinics:

An Invitation to Women

The reasons are endless and their ages span generations, but the question from women across the country remains the same – “Where can I learn to shoot?”

This question has become the golden opportunity for all clubs and ranges to expand training opportunities, and ultimately, membership to the newest and largest segment of the community who wants to learn to shoot – women.

Many clubs are facing declining memberships because of the economy. There is no better way to bring your current membership together, to encourage new shooters and potential new members than through an NRA Women On Target® Instructional Shooting Clinic.

NRA Women On Target® creates opportunities for women that they have never had before. They’re designed to teach safety and basic shooting techniques much like the NRA Shooting Sports Camps/NRA Days have for our youth for many years. The courses help build confidence through a safe and fun environment where there’s no pressure to perform and the entire course is just for women. As we enter the 12th year of the program, the demand for courses geared specifically toward women continues to grow and the demand for women to teach those courses increases exponentially.

Read the complete article here.


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