Students for the Second Amendment Supports Alamo Area Friends of NRA.

On Thursday September 19, a Hornady 366 Auto Shot Shell Reloader donated by Students for the Second Amendment was auctioned off to the highest bidder at the Alamo Area Friends of NRA Annual Banquet & Auction.

SF2A Board Members present Hornady 366 Reloader to
Alamo Area Friends of NRA Chairman, Fredd Bergman.

Another Sucessful Event!

Nearly six hundred enthusiastic Second Amendment supporters attended the Alamo Area Friends of NRA Annual Banquet & Auction on Thursday September 19th. Everyone had a great time.

Alamo Area Friends of NRA Chairman, Fredd Bergman talks with Peggy Wendrock and SF2A Executive Board member, Chelsee Jones before opening the doors for the event.

Fredd Bergman | Ranger Joaquin Jackson | Auctioneer, Jay Brown

Ranger Joaquin Jackson and Jay Brown | Alexander Hamilton, Ralph Talbot & Bob Donohue.

SF2A Executive Board Members Clint Morris and John Heard with AAFNRA Committee Member Capt. Ernest Roney USN (Ret.)

SF2A Chairman, Ryan Bragg shields himself from rampant paparazii.

The girls from Fancy Feathers.

SF2A Executive Board members John Heard and Damaso Torres with Ranger Joaquin Jackson.

Ranger Joaquin Jackson Jackson with the high bidders for the 1873 carbine and Walker Colt pistol. Both guns are replicas of those used in the past by Texas Rangers in defense of our borders. | Steve of Dixie Air and friends in the chow line.

Ranger Jackson with Don Thigpen and his family | Ranger Jackson with members of the Arbuckle Boys Band.

We'll see y'all again next year!

For information on how you can join the Alamo Area Friends of NRA Committee, Contact:
Fredd Bergman (210) 696-5867

The Alamo Area Friends of NRA Banquet is an annual event of fun, great food, and fellowship with pro-gun rights activists and supporters. This year's special guest was NRA National Director and Legendary Texas Ranger, Joaquin Jackson.

Proceeds from the banquet go to benefit The NRA Foundation, with half allocated to fund projects within South Texas. The NRA Foundation uses the other half to fund similar projects with a national scope.

To date, The NRA Foundation has funded more than 3,400 state fund grants for a total of over $10 million, including but not limited to: youth firearms safety and education programs; hunter education; range development and improvement; support materials for training classes; women's safety classes; and wildlife conservation efforts.

Recognizing that America's young people represent the future of the shooting sports, State Fund Committee grants frequently target youth programs, allocating more than 50% of grant monies to this important area.



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