Two Wayne County 4-H members are heading to the National 4-H Shooting Sports Competition in Grand Island, Nebraska this June. They along with
two 4-H members from Marshall County will represent the state
of West Virginia in air rifle at this national competition. These four
individuals placed in the top four out of 20 seniors at the State 4-H
Air Rifle Competition held in January.
Those featured in the photo
include (l-r): Jon Hammond, WVU Air Rifle Coach;
Chase Smith of Wayne County; Coach Bruce Crockett of Wayne County;
Brandon Scamehorn of Marshall County; Coach Chris Scamehorn of Marshall
County; Justus Kirkland of Marshall County; Andrew Kelley of Wayne
County; and Coach Tim Smith of Wayne County.
4-H Shooting Sports teaches youth safety, marksmanship, teamwork, and communication skills. To learn more about the Wayne County 4-H Shooting Sports program, please contact the WVU Extension Service Wayne County office at 304-272-6839.