ALEXANDRIA, Minn. — On September 10-12, 458 young people from across Minnesota competed in events including archery, muzzleloader, shotgun, air rifle, .22 rifle and air pistol. Along with Skillathon, wildlife calling, and conservation projects judging.
4-H youth in grades 3-13 who completed the required member certification hours under the guidance of a certified instructor are eligible to participate. North St. Louis County 4-H holds practices each summer at the shooting range in Hibbing.
For the 1st time ever North St. Louis County had one youth compete in Archery during the 2021 4-H State Shoot.
Sariah Hadrava from Chishom competed and received a score of 125 out of 300. She placed 30th out of 38 in the Archery Junior Class A competition.
Congratulations to all the youth who participated in 4-H at the 2021 State Shoot!
To learn more about 4-H in North St. Louis County, contact Extension 4-H Educator Nicole Kudrle at 218-749-7120 or email@example.com and visit the website, www.4-H.umn.edu.
— University of Minnesota Extension
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