Warren County 4-H Shooting Sports
The Shooting Sports program is designed to teach the safe use of firearms and archery equipment on the shooting range and in the hunting field, to instill the importance of home firearms responsibility, and to develop the skills to properly handle firearms and archery equipment. The shooting disciplines available are archery, rifle, pistol, and shotgun. A Hunter Education course will be made available for all shooting sports members prior to participating in shooting events.
Hunter Safety Education
The Hunter Education course is not required for your participation
in the 4-H Shooting Sports project, but is encouraged.
Two Hunter Education courses will be offered this year.
- To complete the course you must attend day #1 and #2, for credit.
- Location: Pine Village Community Center - Fire Department (PVFD)
Mar 2 (Fri) Day #1 from 6 - 9 PM
Mar 3 (Sat) Day #2 from 8 AM - 4 PM
Notes: There is a Lunch break at Noon on Saturday. Bring sack lunches or eat in Pine Village (Arni’s or Windy Mill). Exam will be given at the end of the training on Saturday.
Registration for Classes must be done on-line.
We encourage parents to register, attend and take the course, along with their child, to reinforce safety. www.register-ed.com/programs/indiana
Contact: Steve Childress 765-491-7397 for any additional information.
Range Opportunities/Meetings: ALL DATES TENATIVE
Shooting Disciplines: Archery, Shotgun, Rifle, Pistol, Muzzleloader
Range Location: Rick Gates Gravel Pit, Independence
April 10 (Tue) Meeting at PVFD 7-8:30 PM Intro/Safety/Project Meeting (New Members)
May 13 (Sun) Range Opportunity #1 1-4:00 PM
May 20 (Sun) Range Opportunity #2 1-4:00 PM
May 29 (Tue) Meeting at PVFD 7-8:30 PM Project Meeting (Optional)
June 3 (Sun) Range Opportunity #3 1-4:00 PM
Warren County 4-H Fair:
June 9 (Sat) Project Check-In 8:30 – 9:30 AM 10:00 AM Judging (Food Building)
June 12-16 Warren County 4-H Fair
June 16 Project & Notebook Pick UP 5-7:00 PM
Travis Frodge 765-299-4648
Steve Childress 765-491-7397