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2014-01-30

Bandera 4H Rifle Club ISO new shooters!

Bandera 4H

The Bandera County 4H Rifle Club started out with a "bang" last fall when school started, culminating in a fun shoot at the Bar B Bar ranch. Although 4H Rifle Club shooters have been on winter break for the hunting season and the Junior Livestock Show and Sale, the team will be back in action next month.
Practice resumes at the Mansfield Park Show Barn ay 6 pm, Wednesday, Feb. 12. Mike Towers, 4H rifle coach, said, "Okay, we've all had a lot of fun with hunting season, the holidays and the livestock show. Now it's time to get back to work. We will be competing in several shooting matches this spring and taking a couple of fun field trips, too."
Towers also advised, "We also want to invite any young shooters who want to be part of the 4H Rifle Club to come out and practice with us. Some kids had athletics or livestock show animals in the fall and couldn't shoot. We want to encourage any young person who wants to learn gun safety and marksmanship, and have a little fun too, to come out and practice with us."
Participants are required to be 4H members and the rifle club provides all safety equipment, guns and ammo. are provided by the 4H Rifle Club.
Towers says, "If you want to shoot, come on out. We'll show you how to do it safely and correctly."