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Parish takes aim with 4-H shooting range

Dakota Puckett, of Webster Parish, competes in bow competition in the north Louisiana shooting sports contest at the Long Range Gun Club near Frierson in March 2016. The five components of the outdoor skills challenge are a wildlife ID test, shooting a bow, shotgun and rifle, and an orienteering test.

Webster Parish 4-H offers students a wide variety of activities to participate in, and outdoor skills brought with it the shooting range.
The shooting range offers a variety of disciplines in outdoor skills for 4-H members, such as the firing range for BB/rifles (small bore), archery, shotgun and hunting safety.

In the hunting safety course, they study for competitions including hunting, safety, tracking, compass reading and overall hunter education safety.

Michelle Puckett, coordinator, said the sign up day for those who want to join the outdoor skills is in October with 4-H enrollment is in September.

Members of 4-H, from grades 4 to 12,


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