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Publications

Publication Number: P2603
Publication Number: P2751
Publication Number: P1565

Success Stories

A keeling man wearing glasses and a kilt, holding an archery bow.
4-H, 4-H Safety Programs, 4-H Shooting Sports
Volume 9 Number 3

“Slow down. Relax. Focus. Find your balance. Imagine your problems are the arrow, but you are the bow. The string is God’s power, handling all the work. The bow holds the string that shoots the arrow.”

A man standing behind an archery target and surrounded by six children, all smiling.
4-H, 4-H Safety Programs, 4-H Shooting Sports
Volume 9 Number 3

When Johnny O. Scott was approached 5 years ago about volunteering to lead a group of young people interested in practicing archery, he jumped at the chance.

A teenage boy wearing a Shooting Sports National Championships shirt stands between his mother and father as they all smile.
4-H, 4-H Shooting Sports
Volume 8 Number 1

Pearl River County 4-H’er excels at 4-H National Shooting Sports competition

If Dad considers himself a “gun person,” but Mom sees herself as “gun-shy,” what should their son do if he’s dreaming of a career in the military?

 

A young woman kneels down next to a board with targets.
4-H, 4-H Shooting Sports
Volume 2 Number 3

Hinds County 4-H’er learns patience, persistence through rifle competition

When a heart condition kept Brandy Barnes from playing basketball, she ramped up her dedication to 4-H shooting sports.

A young boy next to a 4-H flag.
4-H, 4-H Shooting Sports
Volume 1 Number 2

4-H Shooting Sports teaches teen character and generosity

Quitman native Taivon Collins learned an important life lesson when he broke his gun during a 4-H shooting sports competition.

“If life gives you lemons,” he says, “you get a new .22 rifle.

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