The Well Armed Woman Southern Indiana chapter will celebrate its third anniversary with cake, punch and door prizes from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday at the Sandcreek Conservation Club near Elizabethtown in southern Bartholomew County.
Tami Lykins Watson, a retired Indiana State Police trooper and lead instructor at Watson Chambers Defense Institute, will speak about how the firearms arena has and is empowering women.
The club was formed Feb. 23, 2014, for women of all levels of shooters, from novice to intermediate to expert. The chapter, open to women 21 and older in Bartholomew, Jackson and Jennings counties, presently has 30 members who meet monthly for education and range time. Women from surrounding counties also are welcome.
The cost to attend is $5.