3rd Annual New Shooter Safety Course & Top Shot Competition

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The Hoppin' & Trottin' 4-H Club will be hosting their third annual New Shooter Safety Course & Top Shot Competition at 4-H Camp Palmer on the 17th of May, 2014. The event is open to all youth 18 and under.

The New Shooter Safety Course includes basic gun safety and instruction in pistol, rifle, shotgun and archery.  The New Shooter Safety Course is intended for youth with little to no shooting experience.  The New Shooter Safety Course is free to all new shooters (limit of 40 youth) and will begin at 9:00 am.

The Top Shot Competition will begin at 11:30 am and includes up to five events in 3-D archery, archery, air rifle, rifle, and shotgun.  The cost is $20 per youth 18 and under.  The competition will have both junior (up to 12) and senior (13 - 18) levels and the top three in each discipline and division will be awarded as well as the Top Shot over all (excluding 3-D archery) in both junior and senior levels.

All equipment and ammunition will be provided.  You may bring your own equipment for 3-D archery only.  No youth should bring other equipment or ammunition.

Required forms per youth:
Top Shot Registration Form
4-H Emergency Authorization Form
4-H Shooting Sports Permission Form
4-H Handgun Consent

Rules and more information can be found online at http://www.hoppinandtrottin.com/index.php/shootingsports/top-shot

Registration for both events is required and the deadline is May 10th ($25 after deadline).  Mail forms and checks (payable to Hoppin' & Trottin' 4-H Club) to Hoppin' & Trottin' 4-H Club - 4711 County Rd. 1-2, Swanton Ohio 43558.

Questions & Contact information:
Phone - 419-699-4166
E-Mail - kim@hoppinandtrottin.com

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