The National Rifle Association Foundation awarded the East Otter Tail County 4-H Shooting Sports and Wildlife program a grant of $1,800 to fund additional shooting sports equipment.

The East Otter Tail County 4-H has approximately 250 members, including more than 40 in the Shooting Sports and Wildlife program, according to an EOTC 4-H news release. Led by trained and certified 4-H leaders, the Minnesota 4-H Shooting Sports and Wildlife Program is designed to promote life skills through a safe and educational program. Young people experience hands-on learning in shooting sports and wildlife education.

For more information on 4-H and the Shooting Sports and Wildlife Program, contact the County Extension Office at 218-385-5420.

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