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S.A.F.E. Summer Champion 2017: Kanda Keepers

Kanda Keepers of Oklahoma City understands the importance of gun accountability. She is an active member and leader of the Oklahoma chapter of The Well Armed Woman organization, a nonprofit that seeks to train women in proper gun usage, firearms storage, and safe handling. Using her knowledge and background in firearms, Kanda wishes to clarify common misconceptions of gun owners and promote awareness towards gun safety.

S.A.F.E. Summer Champion 2017: Suzi Rouse

Since taking up shooting in 1996, Suzi Rouse has been an active advocate for responsible and safe firearms storage. Suzi is the Oklahoma City Gun Club’s first female president in the club’s 60+ year history. Suzi has been an instrumental partner for Project ChildSafe’s Focus Community in Oklahoma City. We are thrilled to recognize her as one of 2017’s S.A.F.E. Summer Champions.

OGTV’S SCHOOL OF HUNT PARTNERS WITH NSSF’S PROJECT CHILDSAFE TO EDUCATE CHILDREN ABOUT FIREARMS SAFETY

 
School of Hunt provides youth and mentors a foundation for conservation, safety and knowledge 
 

SALT LAKE CITY, May 9, 2017 –  Outfitters Guide Television and Project ChildSafe, the firearms safety education program of the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), have partnered in support of Outfitters Guide’s

NSSF and Gov. Fallin Launch Federally Funded Project ChildSafe Communities Program

The announcement of NSSF’s new Project ChildSafe Communities program at the state capitol in Oklahoma City on Jan. 25 included an impressive group of supporters, including Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin who, with NSSF President and CEO Steve Sanetti, launched the year-long, community-led effort to help prevent firearms accidents, thefts and misuse.