2016-10-07 / Schools

Cadets get a boost



AIMING HIGH—Royal High School’s Air Force Junior ROTC program was awarded a $3,268 grant from the Friends of NRA during a Sept. 17 fundraising dinner at the Reagan Library. FNRA is the nonpolitical side of the NRA and raises money for programs that help keep the shooting sports alive. Pictured from left are Col. Mark Hustedt, who spearheads Royal’s program; Susan J. Hayes, trustee of the FNRA foundation board; Master Sgt. Jeff Lisle; and Cadet Major Charles Ford. AIMING HIGH—Royal High School’s Air Force Junior ROTC program was awarded a $3,268 grant from the Friends of NRA during a Sept. 17 fundraising dinner at the Reagan Library. FNRA is the nonpolitical side of the NRA and raises money for programs that help keep the shooting sports alive. Pictured from left are Col. Mark Hustedt, who spearheads Royal’s program; Susan J. Hayes, trustee of the FNRA foundation board; Master Sgt. Jeff Lisle; and Cadet Major Charles Ford.

Return to top