The Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) has awarded $158,000 towards outstanding junior marksmen through its CMP Scholarship Program to be used for the 2017-2018 term - over $5,000 more than the previous year. A total of 289 applications were received, with 158 awarded to both junior males and females.



CMP staff member Michelle Woods awarded two local scholarship winners, Kaitlyn Fourman and Brayden Jeffries, both members of a local 4-H air rifle program.


Check out the full story at the CMP.


The CMP is dedicated to its commitment to youth programs and furthering the education of the successful young adults involved within them. Through these scholarships, the CMP is able to uphold its goal of awarding those who present exceptional talent, determination and citizenship within the field of marksmanship.


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