Hunter Education Options
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The deadline for uploading Hunter Safety Cards to 4HOnline is July 1. Hunter safety is required to be eligible for the state shoot. (Once uploaded, you don’t have to update your card each year. It stays with your 4HOnline profile.)

There are still a few options to complete the course, including traditional courses in a classroom setting. You can find options here:

If you don’t have time to do it before July 1, make plans to complete it and you’ll be all set for next summer.

REMINDER: Record Book and Fair Project Workshops
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You are invited to attend the Shooting Sports Project and Record Book Workshops to help prepare you for County Fair. We encourage you to attend if you are new to 4-H shooting sports, do not have a shooting sports project leader in your club, or would like to kickstart your preparation for the Fair.

Our goal is to make sure you know how to complete your record book, to understand project boards and stand-alone projects, and what to expect on Interview Day.

If you haven’t already downloaded the eRecord document, click here to get the Word document file.

Here are the details:

  • June 19, 6:00 p.m. at the McKee Building in the Estes Park Room: We’ll be going through the eRecord book page by page to understand how to fill it out, go through guidelines for project boards and stand-alone projects. There will also be an assortment of older members’ project boards and stand-alone projects to examine. If you have started your record book, bring that for review and help.

  • July 17, 6:00 p.m. at the McKee Building in the Estes Park Room: Bring your in-progress record books (or computers) and project boards (with supplies) for a hands-on work night. Get them polished and ready to turn in at Fair! We'll also talk about Interview Judging Day!

Questions? Please feel free to contact Sam Webb at

If you’re unable to attend, you can find the presentations in PDF form here:

2019 .22 Rifle County Shoot Registration
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It's time to get registered for the .22 Rifle County Shoot. This year’s shoot will be on July 20 at Clausen’s Ranch. Before you register, here are some things to know:

Hunter Safety Deadline

If you haven't already done so, get your hunter safety card uploaded to 4HOnline by July 1. This only has to be done once. The system will save it for the future.

County Shoot Registration Deadline

County shoot registration will close on July 7.


Members must have 4 practices to be eligible for county shoot. Even if you have not quite reached your 4 required practices, go ahead and register. It is easier to remove a member later (if needed) than to add one in.

Rifle Classes

You need to know what class(es) your member is shooting. Refer to your orientation packet, view the classes under Equipment on the .22 Rifle page, or talk to us at practice for guidelines.

Arrival Times

Members need to be at the range at least 30 minutes before their relay time to do check in, get ready, and sometimes we actually run a bit ahead of time.

Our first relay begins at 8 a.m. The last relay begins at 11 a.m. If needed we will add a 12 p.m. relay.


Set-up will begin at 6:45 a.m. Leaders always appreciate help as we have much more to set up for county shoot than for a regular practice.


Awards will be announced after the .22 Rifle and Muzzleloading relays are done, scores are tabulated, and the range has been torn down.


A grill master is needed to bring their grill and cook hotdogs and hamburgers (provided) to feed our hungry families. A SignUpGenius for the potluck will be sent out in early July.

Keep watching your email for updates as we get closer to the big day!

Without further delay here's the registration link:

If you have any questions please talk to us at practice, or contact info is below.

See you at the range!

Ian Webb

Samantha Webb

2019 Fair Premium Book and Entry Forms
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The Fair Premium Book and Fair Entry Forms are now available. Click to access the page and scroll down to 4-H Fair Information and Premium Books.

The deadline for Fair Entry Forms to be returned to the address on the form is Monday, July 15.

You can also find the entry form and just the Shooting Sports pages of the premium book linked in the footer on this website.

Hunter Safety Deadline July 1
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Hunter safety is NOT required to take part in county shoot. But it IS required to be eligible for State.

Hunter safety cards must be uploaded to 4HOnline by July 1, 2019.

(Note: If you uploaded your hunter safety card last year, you do NOT have to do it again.)

Instructions for Uploading Hunter Safety Card

You will need a scan or photo of the hunter safety card. 4HOnline can be difficult to access on a phone, so a tablet, laptop, or desktop is recommended.

Log in to 4HOnline for your family, locate the 4-H member, and click the “Edit” button. Go to the second information screen for your 4-H member.  Scroll down to the section labeled “Certification ID Information.” There is a box to enter the hunter safety card number and the date the card was earned. There is also a box to upload the card. 

If you have questions or problems, please contact your superintendent, the check-in desk at practice, your club leader, or Sam Webb (970-214-5646 or

2019 Archery County Shoot Registration

Registration for the Archery County Shoot is now open.

The deadline for registration is Thursday, June 27.

Go to and click the button for “Register for County Shoot.”

The form allows you to register multiple 4-H members in your family. Be sure to answer all of the questions for each individual.

You will need to specify your bow class on the registration form. It is important that this is correct! (Bow classes include Recurve Traditional, Recurve Limited, Compound Traditional, Compound Limited, and Compound Unlimited.) Go to and scroll down to Equipment to find specifics about bow class specifications. We are happy to help you determine your class at practice—please ask a leader for help. You can also email questions to

If you intend to take part in county shoot, please register...even if you don’t yet have your minimum of 4 practices. If you are not able to complete 4 practices by July 13, we can remove you from scheduling. We will NOT be able to add you after Thursday, June 27.

The form asks about Hunter Safety and your availability for State Shoot in August. You must complete Hunter Safety and upload your card by July 1 to be eligible. Instructions for uploading hunter safety can be found here.

Here is a listing of important upcoming dates:

  • June 6–27 County Shoot Registration (

  • June 27 Deadline: County Shoot Registration

  • July 1 Deadline: Hunter Safety Uploaded to 4HOnline

  • July 13 Archery County Shoot

  • July 15 Fair Entry Deadline

  • July 24–29 Schedule Interview Judging

  • July 30 Interview Judging Day

  • August 17 State Shoot for Juniors

  • August 18 State Shoot for Seniors

If you have any questions about registration, county shoot, hunter safety, upcoming dates, etc., please email (

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.22 Rifle and Muzzleloading Fun Shoot 2019 Photos

So much FUN! .22 Rifle and Muzzleloading got together for a potluck and fun shoot on Sunday, May 25. For this special event, parents and siblings of 4-H age got a chance to try their hand at standing position. Thanks to Sam and Ian Webb for setting up the range with water balloons, splatter targets, silhouettes, and chalk targets.⁣⁣

My PI: My Preparedness Initiative Training
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The MyPI (My Preparedness Initiative) is an award-winning youth preparedness, leadership, and educational outreach program. A flyer about the program and training is available here.

MyPI is offering free training for youth ages 13–19. (Age as of the graduation date of June 29.)


  • Disaster Preparedness

  • Search and Rescue

  • Fire Safety & Suppression

  • Treatment of Injuries

  • Disaster Medical Ops

Graduates will complete FEMA’s CERT training, CPR & AED certification, community service hours, specialized career tracks.

Dates and Locations

Training at The Ranch in Loveland:

June 6, 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
June 7, 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
June 13, 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
June 14, 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

Graduation, Emergency Simulation, and Career Day at the Poudre Fire Authority Training Center:

June 29 from 9:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.

Visit for more information and to register. Space is limited, so sign up soon!

Contact Megan Blaser at or 970-498-6007 with any questions.