Shooting Sports is Back!

Download brochure about Shooting Sports!

Shooting Sports will be held at Hawkeye College again!
This includes Shooting Sports and ARCHERY!


All on Saturday mornings: 


9:00-10:45am - Shooting Sports    


10:45 - 11:30am - ARCHERY

• May 8, 2021 - Please note date change!

 • June 5, 2021 
 • July - No classes


4-Her's, you can bring a Friend, but if they are not enrolled in 4-H, they must do so by going to: enter as a new family and for the club choose Shooting Sports. Call 319-234-6811 for questions. Cost to join 4-H  is $15 per year paid to Black Hawk County Extension. No additional cost for shooting range. Must be in 4th Grade or older.

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For questions contact Diane Wolfe, 319-234-6811,  Or come and find out more!



Open to all 4-Her's 4th grader and older.


Hawkeye Campus Map
Chickasaw Hall is Number 9.
Black Hawk County Recruits for 4-H Safety and Education in Shooting Sports Program
                                    Waterloo – The Black Hawk County 4-H program is recruiting youth to join the county’s Shooting Sports Program, led by a trained team of adults that help young people develop self-confidence, personal discipline, responsibility, teamwork, self-esteem, sportsmanship as well as other life skills.  Youth must be 9 years old and in the 4th grade to participate and enrolled in the county’s 4-H program.
                                    4-H Safety and Education in Shooting Sports (SESS) uses skills and disciplines of shooting to assist young people and their leaders in obtaining knowledge and developing life skills. The disciplines include archery, rifle, shotgun, muzzleloader and wildlife skills.  Shooting sports provides these positive youth benefits:
•  Teaches safe and responsible use of firearms and archery equipment including sound decision making, self-discipline, and concentration.
•   Promoted the highest standards of safety, sportsmanship, and ethical behavior.
•   Encourages understanding of our natural resources and the development of a personal environmental stewardship ethic through participation in shooting, hunting, and related activities.
            The skills required for the responsible use of firearms carries over into many other parts of life. 4-H Shooting Sports Programs provide a positive experience for youth and promote the safe and ethical use of firearms. It is our belief that firearm education reduces gun accidents. Hunting and shooting have been a strong part of our American tradition, and the 4-H shooting sports programs helps to continue this tradition through involvement of the whole family.
To enroll or for more information, contact Diane Wolfe, County Youth Coordinator at the Black Hawk County Extension Office, at 319.234.6811.
 Any individual interested in joining the 4-H program either as a member or volunteer should contact the Black Hawk County Extension and Outreach Office, 3420 University Avenue, Suite B, Waterloo, call 319.234.6811

Instructors: Larry Walters, Tom Sage, Bob Livingston. Not Pictured: Rob Heiple

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