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AIM rewards youth trapshooter

August 31, 2014
Minot Daily News
Kim Fundingsland/MDN
Jadin Flexhaug, 16, Minot, recently won a Tikka T3 rifle as a result of her participation in AIM. AIM is an acronym for academics, integrity and marksmanship. It is the official youth program of the Amateur Trapshooting Association. “Each month the kids get credit for AIM targets,” explained Bill Niemann, Minot Gun Club director of youth shooting. “Jadin also got credit for the zone shoot in May and the state shoot in July to get extra entries.” Nearly 12,000 shooters nationwide qualified for the AIM drawing with Flexhaug winning one of only 18 firearms available. Fittingly, Flexhaug learned she had been chosen during a trapshoot at Dickinson. From left, Mark Vickerman, Minot Gun Club president; Galyn Flexhaug, Jadin’s father; Jadin Flexhaug; Bill Niemann; and Bill’s wife, Betty Niemann, pose for a photo with Jadin Flexhaug’s new rifle.
 
 
 

 

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