Still Time to Get in on Friends of NRA Banquet Saturday at Faranda’s!


There will be something for everyone at the Friends of NRA banquet this Saturday, March 17th, from 5:00 – 10:00 PM at Faranda’s Banquet Center. From the moment you walk in, the atmosphere will be brimming with excitement. Whether you’re keeping an eye on that unique item in the silent auction, trying your luck at the game tables, or just dining on some delicious food, you’ll be sure to have a good time. The NRA Banquet will be a family-friendly event chock-full of everything from exclusive, limited-edition merchandise, firearms, knives, art, jewelry, and more.

Nothing makes a Friends of NRA banquet more unique than the people who make it all happen. Working with NRA Field Staff, thousands of dedicated individuals across America, passionate and concerned about the future of the shooting sports, participate in the program by organizing committees, securing donations, selling tickets, and hosting a Friends of NRA banquet in their communities.

Whether you’re serving on the committee or just attending, you’ll meet fire chiefs, engineers, local business owners, law enforcement, and teachers – all mainstream citizens working together to secure the Second Amendment and raise money for the shooting sports. Amongst the fun and fellowship, Friends of NRA banquets boil down to one goal— fundraising for the future of the shooting sports. Since its inception in 1992, Friends of NRA has held over 16,000 events, reached over 2.5 million attendees and raised over $600 million for The NRA Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization impacting millions of lives.

Tickets are $40 each. Visit the local Friends of NRA group online here to learn more and to purchase tickets online now. Faranda’s Banquet Center is located at 302 Grove St. in downtown DeKalb.


  1. Really? I think DeKalb County Online should post the dollar amount that the NRA spends on shooting sports vs. the amount it spends on lobbyists and campaign funds. The Second Amendment is pretty secure. It’s been around a lot longer than the NRA, and it doesn’t require dues.

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