Tama Co. Young Guns 4-H Club compete in State Shooting Sports Youth Match
SEARSBORO – More than 130 youth from 23 Iowa counties participated in the Iowa 4-H Safety and Education in Shooting Sports State Shooting Competition held on Saturday, Aug. 26, at Brownell’s Big Springs Shooting Range in Searsboro.
The Iowa 4-H Shooting Sports Program provides activities at all levels throughout the state to meet our overall goal to “empower youth to reach their full potential working and learning in partnership with a caring adult through a shooting sports related activity.”
4-H members participate in their county or regional programs to develop as shooters and individuals and then get the opportunity to participate on a larger scale as they become more proficient. Disciplines include archery, rifle, shotgun, and muzzleloader.
Congratulations to the following Tama County 4-H members who competed at the State Match.
-Junior Division: Sloan Ure, 8th; Daniel Vison, 14th
-Intermediate Division: Wyatt Feisel, 6th; Zachariah Ure, 10th;, Luke Vinson, 11th
-Senior Division: Lauren Keller, 4th; Zachary Vinson, 6th; Wyatt Silhanek, 7th; Titus Vinson, 11th
-Senior Division: Lauren Keller, 1st
-Junior Division: Daniel Vinson, 4th;, Sloan Ure, 7th
-Intermediate Division: Wyatt Feisel 3rd; Luke Vinson, 4th; Zachariah Ure, 5th
-Senior Division: Zachary Vison, 4th; Titus Vinson, 6th
-Senior Division: Wyatt Silhanek, 2nd
In addition to competitions, Tama County Young Guns 4-H Club include activities such as meetings, guest speakers, community service projects, fundraisers, communication presentations and the Tama County Fair.
For more information on Tama County 4-H and Shooting Sports, contact Jenny Hulme, County Youth Coordinator, at email@example.com or 641-484-2703.