Webster County 4-H offers 4-H Safety and Education in Shooting Sports in the Rifle and Archery Disciplines. Trained instructors and approved volunteers work with 4-H members.
4-H Rifle Discipline is lead by Troy Harris and Richard Eslick. They meet monthly at the Rifle and Pistol Club of Fort Dodge.
Participants must be members of a 4-H club in order to participate in the Shooting Sports program. To be a 4-H member, a youth needs to be in 4th through 12th grade.
Those interested in participating in the SESS 4-H program, can contact Linda Cline, Webster County Extension and Outreach Youth Coordinator, 515-576-2119. Or by e-mail at email@example.com.
4-H Safety and Education in Shooting Sports (SESS) uses skills and disciplines of shooting to assist young people and their leaders in obtaining knowledge and developing life skills. The disciplines include archery, rifle, shotgun, muzzleloader and wildlife skills.
- Learn safe and responsible use of firearms and archery equipment including sound decision making, self-discipline, and concentration
- Promote the highest standards of safety, sportsmanship, and ethical behavior
- Encourage understanding of our natural resources and the development of a personal environmental stewardship ethic through participation in shooting, hunting, and related activities
For more information please check out these websites.
State 4-H Competition Shoot October 2012
November 2012 Meeting and Practice