A Florida nonprofit dedicated to youth shooting sports is looking for volunteers to help teach two of its programs.
According to Central Florida Future, SAFE of Florida, Inc. needs somebody to teach its Eddie Eagle GunSafe program, which promotes “gun avoidance and trust in adult authority figures” for children between ages five and nine. This program, which is free of charge, includes coloring books, workbooks and stickers for kids, as well as a gun-safety brochure for parents.
The second program is the Youth Shooting Outreach Program in Central Florida. This program involves safety training and target practice via SAFE’s portable eight-lane range. The target practice includes one-on-one guidance from a rifle instructor. The program is three hours long. It is designed for children between the ages of 10 and 17.
Those interested in volunteering for either of these programs are encouraged to contact SAFE of Florida, Inc. President Kent Arblaster at 407-782-9735.
About SAFE of Florida Inc.
“SAFE of Florida Inc. is dedicated to marksmanship education, training and youth shooting sports in the Central Florida community,” the official website reads. “We are an all-volunteer organization that offers classes and outreach programs to teach personal safety and firearm use. Comprised of NRA, CMP and USAS certified instructors and coaches.”
Read more: http://www.centralfloridafuture.com
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