If you have any questions, please email

Brenda at sandman-stover.1@osu.edu. or Rick at rick@gunsnclovers.com

Calendars you can sync to your phone/calendar

Rifle/Pistol
https://www.eventolist.com/e/V3BUYUEBGTFJ4L5QPSEC

Shotgun/Archery/Muzzle loader
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Business Meetings, Hunting & Wildlife & living History meetings
https://www.eventolist.com/e/5DURJ2G3HUTJGW3Z5RU8

2019 Informational Meeting
https://www.eventolist.com/e/7HGR0787KATEE5UBTJF4

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4-H Shooting Sports

email:     sandman-stover.1 at osu.edu
phone:    937-372-9971 (ext.116)
website:  www.gunsnclovers.com

Why does 4-H have a shooting sports program? 4-H uses shooting sports to teach youth development. Our programs are valuable for helping young people develop self-confidence, personal discipline, responsibility, teamwork, self esteem and sportsmanship. The discipline and self-control required for responsible firearms use carries over in to many other aspects of life. 4-H programs provide a positive experience for youth and promote the safe and ethical use of firearms. It is our belief that firearms education reduces gun accidents. Hunting and Shooting are rich American traditions. 4-H shooting sports programs help continue this tradition through involvement of the total family: youth, teens, parents, grandparents, etc.

PARTICIPANTS GAIN:

Lifetime sports Useful knowledge & skills Leadership skills Safe habits Self-discipline & self-esteem Respect Personal responsibility Confidence, concentration & poise Opportunities to set & achieve goals Sportsmanship Reasoning skills Ethical standards Friendship Opportunities to compete in matches Exposure to careers Opportunities to earn awards

CAN PARENTS BE INVOLVED? YES!

4-H is family oriented and parents are encouraged to come to the meetings. They may act as Range Safety Officers, Assistant Instructors, or Club Leaders.

SHOOTING SPORTS INCLUDES:

Archery
Hunting and Wildlife
Living History
Muzzle Loading
Pistol
Rifle
Shotgun
And much more!

Each discipline teaches safety, concentration, self-discipline, self-confidence, goal-setting, decision-making,and courtesy as the young people learn basic skills and build toward more advanced activities. Both cooperative and competitive skills are included. Participants are exposed to local policies, regulations, laws, and ethical behavior both by repeated demonstration and through personal practice.

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