Utah County 4-H Shooting Sports Program


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    Utah County 4-H Shooting Sports Program




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    Before youth can participate in the 4-H Shooting Sports program they must first become a member of 4-H. To do this you must do two things. 

      1st: Create a profile at https://ut.4honline.com 

      2nd: Pay the $10.00 enrollment fee (online, over the phone, or in person).


    Our Shooting Sports program is currently growing which means we have only a few Shooting Sports specific clubs. If you are interested in becoming a club leader please contact Katelyn Hepworth at katelyn.bell@usu.edu


    If you have any further questions please contact Katelyn Hepworth at katelyn.bell@usu.edu



    January 10, 2018: Teen & Leader Volunteer Nominations - All 4-H Leaders & youth grades 11-12. Help us by nominating the amazing volunteers you know. We recognize many volunteers at our Volunteer Banquet in March. Please nominate any and all of those you feel do an outstanding job with 4-H. Thank you! Nominate online here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfF8dw3M2GVirpvvy6LzK3dqh3N0Awx8aOIV3wYOiuDYtNbxw/viewform 


    January 18, 2018: RSO Training Registration Deadline. RSO training will be held February 3, 2018. Sign up with Karen Banks 4-H Educator: 435-864-1483 karen.banks@usu.edu


    January 20, 2018: Shooting Sports Leader Training – for Volunteers and Leaders. Before a volunteer may run a Shooting Sports club they must first complete the 4-H Shooting Sports Leader training. Millard County Extension has opened their training to any interested leaders. This training will be held at the Millard County Extension Office – 83 S Manzanita Ave. Delta. Cost is $5.00 for lunch (bring it with you). Depending on the weather, we will be shooting at the range, you can bring a .22 lr and ammunition or there will be some to share. Contact Millard County Extension to register: Karen Banks 4-H Educator - 435-864-1483 karen.banks@usu.edu


    January 31, 2018: Utah State University 4-H Scholarship Application Due - Click HERE for more information. 


    February 3, 2018: Shooting Sports Range Officer Training. In order to run a 4-H Shooting Sports activity at a range there must be at least one leader who is 4-H Shooting Sports Leader certified and one leader who is RSO certified. Millard County Extension has opened their training to any interested leaders. This training will be at 8:00 am in Fillmore - TBA (when they sign up Karen will get them the location, I’ll know if for sure by then) Cost is $25 for Curriculum $10 Fee (Sign up for this course needs to be before January 18 so the curriculum can be ordered). Sign up with Karen Banks 4-H Educator: 435-864-1483 karen.banks@usu.edu


    March 24, 2018: National Qualifier Practice Shoot - We have an exciting new opportunity that has just presented itself. Utah 4-H is offering senior youth (grades 9 - 12) an opportunity to qualify for National 4-H Shooting Sports in the rifle emphasis. The State 4-H is requiring that you youth attend at least one practice shoot in order to attend the qualifier shoot. The first practice shoot was November 4th in St. George, Utah. The second practice shoot will be held March 24, 2018 in Springville, Utah. The qualifer shoot will be held April 21st in Logan, Utah.


    Rules can be found below: Please note that an interview and portfolio is only required for the Qualifier Shoot help April 21, 2018. Rules can also be found online HERE. 

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    April 21, 2018: State 4-H Rifle Shooting Sports Contest 

    Cache County Public Shooting Range
    2851 W 200 N
    Logan, UT 84321


    Be sure to follow Utah County 4-H on Facebook and check out our latest

    4-H Newsletter for up to date information and reminders.