A Montpelier woman is getting national attention… from the NRA.
Phyllis Herrington has been named recipient of this year’s Marion P. Hammer Woman of Distinction Award by the National Rifle Association.
This award is named after the first woman president of the NRA.
Herrington has worked at the Camp Perry National Rifle and Pistol Matches for more than 10 years. She is a certified pistol, rifle, shotgun and personal protector in the home instructor, and also is certified as a range safety officer, and a local hunter education instructor.