Avery County’s Cobe Townsend Makes National 4-H Shooting Sports Team

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Congratulations to Avery County’s Mr. Cobe Townsend! Cobe has qualified to be eligible to attend the National 4-H Shooting Sports Competition this coming June (2022) in Nebraska. During this year, he has participated and advanced in the following  4-H Shooting Sports Competitions: West District 4-H Shooting Sports Competition held on August 4, 2021, North Carolina 4-H Shooting Sports Competition held on October 8, 2021, and NC 4-H Shooting Sports National Tryouts held on November 13, 2021, in Ellerbe, NC. Cobe will be competing in the senior shotgun competition.

4-H Shooting Sports, like all 4-H programs, focus on the development of youth as individuals becoming productive citizens. The National 4-H Shooting Sports Program, stands out as an example. Youth learn marksmanship, the safe and responsible use of firearms, the principles of hunting and archery, and much more. The activities of the program and the support of caring adult leaders provide young people with opportunities to develop life skills, self-worth, and conservation ethics.

Cobe attends Avery County High School and is the son of David and Jenny Townsend and the big brother of Jace Townsend. The Avery County 4-H Shooting Sports Club is led by Volunteer Leader Mike Ricker and assisted by Mike Jackson, Tim Buchanan, and many wonderful parents, guardians, and supporters.Two men

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