Original Story Here By: Lauren Brant Gering Courier for the Gering Courier Seeking cover behind a tree, Maxine Wehling, 58, hen yelped as she called a turkey grazing across a river, roughly 140 yards away. It was spring turkey season and Wehling had paid attention to the animals’ migratory and feeding patterns throughout the year […]
See original story here Kirk Boxleitner firstname.lastname@example.org Amy Pecott of Gig Harbor is one of nearly 20 women from across the Olympic Peninsula who make a monthly trip to the Jefferson County Sportsmen’s Association to educate themselves on proper firearms handling and safety. “It’s about an hour and a half’s drive for me,” said Pecott, […]
Teaching other women teaches me. TWAW has afforded me opportunites to travel around the country, forge nationwide relationships, and make a feminine mark in a male dominated industry!
Now in my mid-60’s, I face the hard truth that my youthful mind and aging body are at odds. Rampant evil exists; I need a means to level the field and give me a chance to survive an evil encounter. TWAW is that means.
We are living in a time that is marked by change. In every aspect and on every level, life is not what it used to be. For women, today’s new reality requires some major changes. One significant change is the woman’s journey from being the protected to becoming the protector.
CARRIE LIGHTFOOT – FOUNDER
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Today, it is more important than ever for women to have the ability to effectively and safely handle, carry and store a firearm.