By Kyle Jillson | February 26 2012 10:05

The Californian has a great article up about the Central California Friends of NRA, who recently awarded a local Boy Scouts troop a grant to repair their damaged shooting range.

Local Scout Council to receive grant to repair Basin Fire Damage

The Senior Field Representative for the Central California Friends of NRA has announced that the Monterey Bay Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America will receive a $55,000 grant to assist in repairs to the shooting range at Camp Pico Blanco.

During the Basin Complex fire the shooting range at Camp Pico Blanco near Big Sur, was damaged when the fire ran through the Scout Camp.

Consequently there was additional damage from flooding as a result of the runoff from the fire ravaged terrain. The fire also killed many of the trees in the area and those dead trees have fallen on the range facility adding to the destruction.

Read more about Friends of NRA helping the community at The Californian here.

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