4-H’ers Participate in National Shooting Sports Championships

Two Cheyenne Bear Band students spent their time immersed in the world of music this week at SWOSU Band Camp. These students are Jasmine Lamp and Penny Knisley. Both girls were second chair in their sections in the concert band. They are pictured here with the conductor or their band, Mr. Rob Blackburn. Photo provided By Trisha Gedon, Stillwater, Okla. – Twenty-eight Oklahoma 4-H’ers representing 17 counties recently participated in the 2021 4-H Shooting Sports National Championships in Grand Island, Nebraska. In all, more than 600 youth, ages 14-18, from over 30 states participated in the competition. Roger Mills County…

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