4-H shooters set their sights


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4-H shooters from left, front row, are Jordan Harrold, Byron Ford, Baylee Pence, Carson Miller; from left, back row are Hunter Pence, Cole Wagner, Harrison Holder, Tori Booker and John Harrold.


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4-H shooter Baylee Pence receives an award from Terry Nelson, state 4-H shooting sports coordinator.


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4-H shooter Carson Miller receives an award from Terry Nelson, state 4-H shooting sports coordinator.


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4-H shooter Hunter Pence receives an award from Terry Nelson, state 4-H shooting sports coordinator.


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4-H shooter Hunter Pence receives an award from Terry Nelson, state 4-H shooting sports coordinator.


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4-H shooter Jordan Harrold receives an award from Terry Nelson, state 4-H shooting sports coordinator.


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The Jackson County Shooting Sports project club is back in session for spring.

4-H members recently participated in a 4-H fun shoot in McCloud. As usual Jackson County was very well represented.

Carson Miller placed first in intermediate sporting clays. Baylee Pence placed fourth in the junior sporting clays division. Hunter Pence placed second in intermediate division in sporting clays. Jordan Harrold placed second in junior division sporting clays.

4-H members who participated were Jordan Harrold, Byron Ford, Baylee Pence, Carson Miller, Hunter Pence, Cole Wagner, Harrison Holder, Tori Booker and John Harrold.

4-H shooters from left, front row, are Jordan Harrold, Byron Ford, Baylee Pence, Carson Miller; from left, back row are Hunter Pence, Cole Wagner, Harrison Holder, Tori Booker and John Harrold.
http://altustimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_4H-group-shooters-RGB.jpg4-H shooters from left, front row, are Jordan Harrold, Byron Ford, Baylee Pence, Carson Miller; from left, back row are Hunter Pence, Cole Wagner, Harrison Holder, Tori Booker and John Harrold. Courtesy photos

4-H shooter Baylee Pence receives an award from Terry Nelson, state 4-H shooting sports coordinator.
http://altustimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Baylee-Pence-RGB.jpg4-H shooter Baylee Pence receives an award from Terry Nelson, state 4-H shooting sports coordinator. Courtesy photos

4-H shooter Carson Miller receives an award from Terry Nelson, state 4-H shooting sports coordinator.
http://altustimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_CarsonMiller-RGB.jpg4-H shooter Carson Miller receives an award from Terry Nelson, state 4-H shooting sports coordinator. Courtesy photos

4-H shooter Hunter Pence receives an award from Terry Nelson, state 4-H shooting sports coordinator.
http://altustimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Hunter-Pence-CMYK.jpg4-H shooter Hunter Pence receives an award from Terry Nelson, state 4-H shooting sports coordinator. Courtesy photos

4-H shooter Hunter Pence receives an award from Terry Nelson, state 4-H shooting sports coordinator.
http://altustimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Hunter-Pence-RGB.jpg4-H shooter Hunter Pence receives an award from Terry Nelson, state 4-H shooting sports coordinator. Courtesy photos

4-H shooter Jordan Harrold receives an award from Terry Nelson, state 4-H shooting sports coordinator.
http://altustimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Jordan-Harrold-RGB.jpg4-H shooter Jordan Harrold receives an award from Terry Nelson, state 4-H shooting sports coordinator. Courtesy photos

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