Louisiana 4-H Shooting Sports, a nonprofit organization located in Baton Rouge, will hold a Shooting Sports Camp at Camp Grant Walker to better 4-H’ers marksmanship and firearm safety. The camp is going to be geared towards beginner shooters (ages 9-13).
The people running the camp are 4-H instructors from around the state that run most of their Regional and State matches and/or coach their National Teams. Also, their State Shooting Sports Ambassadors will give instructions to shooters.
The overnight camp costs $100 per shooter, which includes two nights lodging, six meals, snacks, drinks, paper and clay targets, and a t-shirt. Your child must be enrolled in 4-H to be able to attend and participate in one of the following disciplines: archery, shotgun, hunting skills, and .22 rifle.
If your child is attending, you may as well, but you MUST be screened as an overnight chaperone in advance. Check-In is Friday, Nov. 17 at 5 p.m. and the camp will run through until Sunday, Nov. 19 at 1 p.m. Applications must be turned in by October 20.
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