Our Volunteer Appreciation Awards Weekend in Bryan College Station was a success!

Our State of Texas Volunteer Appreciation Awards program was a huge success last weekend. We celebrated some of the best volunteers in the State from the last year. The weekend started with a State Chapter Board of Directors meeting where we worked to set the budget for 2019. Then, attendees enjoyed time of fellowship and fun carnival style games before recognizing volunteers and chapters for outstanding service. Thanks to all who attended and helped organize the event. We look forward to an amazing 2019 in Texas. Save the Habitat and Save the Hunt.

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Come and out and have a lot of fun at the Volunteer Appreciation Weekend this weekend!

Our 2019 Texas State Volunteer Appreciation Weekend will be held on January 19, 2019 at the Best Western Premier in Bryan, TX. We will have fun breakout sessions beginning at 1:00 that Saturday and going until 4:00. Come enjoy some fun as our board and staff members take center stage and fill you in on the latest and greatest things about Texas NWTF. That evening at 6:00 pm, we will kick off our first ever “Carnival Night”. The evening is guaranteed to be filled with fun as your Texas State Board of Directors will host a wide variety of Carnival Games and give you chances to win great items from guns, to trips!!

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Hello NWTF members! A message from Craig White, Texas Chapter President

Hello fellow NWTF members!! This will be the final year I serve as your State Chapter President, and it has definitely been an honor to hold such a prestige position. My work is far from over, and we have a lot of ground to cover in 2019 locally in each chapter, and as a state. I look forward to working with you as we go through the year, and please do not hesitate to pick up the phone and give me a call if I can help you with anything!

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Introducing Erika Martinez, the new Regional Director for North West Texas

Erika is a native Texan and transplanted to Oklahoma when she was 11. She worked as a 911 dispatcher in Tillman County for 6 years, before going to work for the Tillman County Oklahoma State University Extension Office. In the 13 years there she put together numerous fairs, county livestock shows, and banquets for 4-H and Ag meetings. Erika also worked for Phillips 66 for 5 years, part time, doing their marketing in Oklahoma and

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Olivia Ansley is awarded the 2018 NWTF Texas Academic Scholarship

Olivia Danielle Ansley, representing the San Jac Strutters Chapter, was chosen from an outstanding field of local chapter winners in the NWTF 2018 Texas Academic Scholarship Competition. Olivia, an 18 year old senior at Shepherd High School, posted a 4.0 GPA and ranked 1st in her class of 131 seniors. An all-around student with numerous leadership positions and awards, Olivia plans to attend Sam Houston State University in Huntsville to major in Kinesiology.

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Get your 2019 Texas NWTF calendars while they're hot!

We are once again selling Texas NWTF gun calendars for 2019. The calendars are $50 each and they give you one chance a week to win one of 52 guns to be given away. That comes out to .96 cents a week. Only 1,000 calendars will be sold at $50. Each calendar gives you a chance at all 52 guns. The winning number is determined by the Wednesday evening "Pick 3" Texas Lottery drawing.

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