4-H Programs and Camp
4-H Shooting Sports Program Is Underway
What is the 4-H Shooting Sports Program? The 4-H Shooting Sports Program trains youth (ages 9-18) to handle and shoot firearms safely. It teaches leadership and responsibility in a non-formal environment while offering fun activities for youth and adults. While competition is not the main focus, the program does offer opportunities to participate in shooting events, competing in various disciplines and age groups. Our volunteer leaders are certified in the discipline(s) they coach, and parents are encouraged to attend practices.
The Butler County 4-H Shooting Sports Program has started practicing Archery and Shotgun, with more to follow later.
For more information on becoming a club member or learning about upcoming practices, contact the Butler County Extension Office at 112 E GL Smith Street, Morgantown or call 526-3767.
4-H Aerospace Day Camp
Have you ever wanted to fly a plane? Build a rocket? Here’s an opportunity for middle and high school youth to experience the joy, thrill and magic of flight. Learn the principles of flight, the basics of navigation. Learn about lift, thrust, gravity and drag. Plan and conduct a flight. Log your first flight with a Certified Flight Instructor. All this and more at the 4-H Aerospace Day Camp.
4-H Aerospace Day Camp will be held on Friday, June 22, 2018 with a rain date of Saturday, June 23, 2018. This Day Camp will be held at the Madisonville Airport and it will cost $110 which includes lunch, materials, t-shirt, flight expenses & etc. Registration forms can be picked up at the Butler County Extension Office. There are limited spots available for this amazing day camp. Deadline to register is June 1, 2018.
For more information, contact the Butler County Extension Office at 112 E GL Smith Street, Morgantown or call 526-3767.
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