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4-H Shooting Sports Instructor Winter Workshop held
at the 4-H Training Center in Ballston Spa, NY - February 2008

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Our new Living History Instructors receive
their certificates.

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Our new Air Pistol Instructors receive
their certificates.

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Some of our new Coordinators receive their certificates.

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Kenyon Simpson, Shooting Sports Education
Specialist (left) helps Mike Miller,
Volunteer Instructor (right) from Schenectady County
develop an outline for a successful program.

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Shotgun Instructor, Ron Surdyka, enjoys a
hot cup of coffee.

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Coordinators learn how to operate county
Shooting Sports Programs.
John Bowe, Coordinator Instructor
(center with name tag) teaches this discipline.

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Discussion over a break. Washington County 4-H & Family Issue Leader, Chris Nestle (left) and Volunteer Coordinator Russ Lehr (right).

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Archery participants receive awards.

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Shotgun Instructors present awards to recipients.

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Our new Shotgun Instructors receive certificates.

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Our Rifle Instructors for the course.

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Our new Rifle Instructors receive certificates.

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Our new Muzzleloading Instructors receive certificates.

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Our new Archery Instructors receive certificates.

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