Shooting Sports

 

Goals:  To teach the safe use of firearms and bows on the shooting range, in the field and to instill home firearms responsibility.  To develop the skills to properly handle and fire various types of firearms and archery gear.  To promote self-concept, self-assurance and positive self-image.

The following disciplines shall be offered when a minimum of five (5) 4-H members have enrolled in a specific discipline and a certified instructor is available.

Hunter Education                     
Archery                                    
Muzzeloading 
Pistol (grade 6-12)
Rifle                           
Shotgun

PROJECT SUPERINTENDENT: Bill Huff, 773-5449
EXHIBIT CHECK-IN: Sunday, July 12, 4-7 PM
JUDGING: Monday, July 13, 8:30 AM, Closed judging
RELEASE: Tuesday, July 21, 9-11 AM, and 5-7 PM
STATE FAIR ENTRIES: 3 entries, and 1 Independent Study

General 4-H Rules
Workshops
Fair Page

Record Sheet

Workshops - Click here for a list of all workshops and range dates.

Score Card

Location of the Shooting Sports Range
Kruse Farm
8945 E. 206th Street
Noblesville

SHOOTING SPORTS CLUB
Bill Huff
    (Coordinator & Hunter Ed)  773-5449 
Joan Huff, (Hunter Ed)            773-5449
Steve Dickover, (Archery)       773-2227
Jennifer Huff (Shotgun)         
Dennis Reynolds (Shotgun)     773-3059
Jerry Clark (Rifle)                   580-9513
Kathleen Peoples (Rifle)          773-3223    
Brandon Adomatis (Pistol)       843-0369
Gary Ruegg (Pistol)                 845-8706
Karen Lancaster (Archery)       695-7539    
Kent Lancaster (Muzzleloading) 696-4365     
Stuart Kelly (Muzzleloading)     773-8795    
Jeff Kruse                               984-5597
John Mollet                              696-9131
Andrew Higginbotham              776-1902     

By Kathleen J Bohde, Extension Educator - 4-H Youth Development
The Educational Store