HUDSON, N.Y.–Cornell Cooperative Extension of Columbia and Greene Counties’ 4-H Youth Development Program will be teaching youth how to safely handle firearms this summer. The course will run as a two day workshop on July 14 and 15 from 9am to 11am each day. Youth ages 9+ will be trained in the use of air rifles, while youth ages 12+ qualify for the standard rifle workshop. Registration is required for both levels – youth must choose one. The workshop will be held at The Kalicoontie Rod & Gun Club, 333 Schneider Road, Hudson, NY 12541. The cost is $20 per youth.
Participants of all skill levels are welcome to this workshop. Thanks to the generous support of The NRA Foundation and the Kalicoontie Rod and Gun Club, youth are provided the opportunity to learn about shooting sports and conservation.
To register for the upcoming rifle workshop please contact Andrew Randazzo at (518) 318-1180 or firstname.lastname@example.org or register online athttps://reg.cce.cornell.edu/YouthRifle2018_210 . Limited space is available, therefore prompt registration is encouraged and payment must be made to hold your spot.
Cornell Cooperative Extension is an employer and educator recognized for valuing AA/EEO, Protected Veterans, and Individuals with Disabilities and provides equal program and employment opportunities. The programs provided by this organization are partially funded by monies received from the Counties of Columbia and Greene.
4-H is New York’s only youth development program directly connected to the technological advances and the latest research at Cornell University. 4-H participants learn leadership, citizenship and life skills through hands-on projects in three primary program areas: science and technology; healthy living; and citizenship. To find out more about 4-H and youth programs in Columbia and Greene Counties, contact us at 518-828-3346 or via email at email@example.com or visit our website,www.ccecolumbiagreene.org . You can also “Like” us on Facebook…Cornell Cooperative Extension of Columbia and Greene Counties.
–Linda Tripp, CCE of Columbia and Greene Counties