Placing first in State Competition – Seminole County 4-H Shotgun Junior Team members Gage Trawick, Julian Harrison, Lyndon Touchton, Davis Fowler, Ty Weir and Decatur Milner.
Placing fifth in State competition – Seminole County 4-H Shotgun Senior Team, coaches, and volunteers: front row: Steve Whitaker, Janet Whitaker, Peyton Baker, Paul Hornsby, Peyton Brown, Gabe Williams, Cody Spooner, Rob Weir, amd Thomas Chance; back row: Celia Weir, Kim Chance, Ron Chance, and Josh Milner. Not pictured, Gavin Womack.
The Seminole County 4-H Shotgun Team participated in the 2021 Georgia 4-H State Trap, Skeet and Sporting Clays Match. The event was held May 29 and 30 in Savannah.
The Junior team placed first in the state contest and the Senior team placed fifth. Julian Harrison won first place in Junior Sporting Clays High Individual competition.
Seminole County’s Junior Team members include Gage Trawick, Julian Harrison, Lyndon Touchton, Davis Fowler, Ty Weir, and Decatur Milner. Senior team members include Peyton Baker, Paul Hornsby, Peyton Brown, Gabe Williams, Cody Spooner, Rob Weir, Thomas Chance, and Gavin Womack.
Team coaches and volunteers include Steve Whitaker, Janet Whitaker, Celia Weir, Kim Chance, Ron Chance, and Josh Milner.
Georgia 4-H Project SAFE uses the shooting sports to teach many valuable life skills. Project SAFE (Shooting Awareness, Fun and Education) provides youth a place to develop a sense of belonging, learn teamwork in a safe environment and increase concentration skills. Safety and the responsible use of firearms and archery equipment is a primary goal. Trained volunteers lead clubs in BB, Air Rifle, Air Pistol, 22 Rifle, Shotgun and Archery in over 110 counties.