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Former Camden native receives honor for Skeet shooting achievements
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From left, Don Wise, president of the North Carolina Skeet Shooting Association; Tildon Downing of the Hall of Fame Committee; and inductees Steve Karriker, Chappie Gennett and Ann Yancey stand with Chip Simmons, chairman of the Hall of Fame committee, at the induction ceremony for the North Carolina Skeet Shooting Association Hall of Fame. The ceremony was held at Fort Bragg, Clay Target Center in Spring Lake N.C. on Sept. 15.
On Sept. 15, Ann Yancey, formally of Camden, was inducted into the North Carolina Skeet Shooting Association Hall of Fame during a ceremony at the Fort Bragg Clay Target Center in Spring Lake, N.C. This was not the first time Yancey was recognized for her skills in skeet-shooting. When she was active in the sport, she received numerous awards including being named in Sport Afield’s All American Hall of Fame for 1968 to 1971. Yancey received a plaque for her most recent honor from the North Carolina Skeet Shooting Association Hall of Fame.