Boy Scouts of America Seek Volunteers for 2010 Shooting Sports Competition
FAIRFAX, Virginia – -(ShootingWire.com)- The Boy Scouts of America are looking for volunteers to help with the shooting sports events at their 100th anniversary in 2010.Collectively known as the National Scout Jamboree Shooting Sports Competition, the events take place at Fort A.P. Hill in Virginia. The NRA’s Youth Programs department, part of the NRA’s Education and Training Division, is handling the safety supervision of the events.
Taking place July 26 – August 4, 2010, the administration of the shooting sports Merit Badge Midway and the various discipline-specific Action Area ranges (shotgun, air rifle, black powder rifle) will depend heavily on NRA-Certified Range Safety Officers (RSO) and Instructors.
“We want to give potential volunteers a heads-up on becoming qualified to participate in the shooting events-well ahead of time-to ensure a successful event in 2010,” explained Chip Lohman, Youth Programs Coordinator.
If you would like to participate and have not yet attained your NRA certifications for RSO or Instructor, there is still time. Attend an Instructor or RSO Class during 2008-2009. Call 703-267-1430 for information about becoming an NRA Certified Instructor. Submit your name and a copy of your credentials to John Alline, Jamboree Division Director, at email@example.com.
NRA Youth Programs partners up with many youth organizations such as 4-H and Boy Scouts of America to teach youth the message of firearm safety. If you know an organization that might benefit from NRA Youth Programs support, contact Youth Programs Coordinator Chip Lohman at (703)267-1550 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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