Important News about Eagle County 4-H Shooting Sports

Welcome to the Eagle County 4-H Shooting Sports (Whistling Bullets) Website

Our new website is designed to be a source of information for all things related to 4-H Shooting Sports in Eagle County. Additionally, the 4-H club officers will use this website as a repository for meeting minutes and formal meeting information.  Club participants and parents can find resources related to the 4-H Shooting Sports Project as well as links to other 4-H resources.

2014 4-H Registration for Shooting Sports

For 2014 we are making several changes to the 4-H Shooting Sports program in Eagle County. In order to maintain a safe, quality experience for all our participants we are limiting registration to 60 members.  Additionally, we are providing our 2013 members that successfully completed their fair project preferred registration up to December 31, 2013.  This means if you completed your 2013 4-H Shooting Sports fair project then we will hold a spot for you to return in 2014, but you must register before 12/31/2013 in order to claim your spot.  The remaining 22 spots and any unused preferred registration spots (after 12/31/13) are available to open registration for new members, however 2013 members that did not complete their fair project will not be able to register for 2014 Eagle County 4-H Shooting Sports.

2014 4-H Shooting Sports Cloverbud Participants

New for 2014, Cloverbuds (ages 6-8) may now participate in the shooting sports program however their participation will be limited to the disciplines of Archery and Outdoors Skills.  In order to register in 4-H Shooting Sports a Cloverbud must have an older sibling over the age of 8, and the parents must be willing to assist.

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