Twenty-eight RBC 4-H shooters competed in the annual Rio Blanco County Fair County Shoot-off at the Meeker Sportsman’s Range Saturday last. Rangely formed two new clubs this year: the Rangely Stick Throwers (an archery club) led by James Odom and Brady Shelton and .22’s led by Daniel and Tammi Dorris. Meeker shooting sports leaders are Jon Wangnild (.22’s), Hal Pearce and Troy Osborn (shotguns) and Quentin Smith (archery). PHOTO BY DESSA WATSON
RBC I Trophies and purple ribbons are pretty. They also collect dust. However, standing in the championship finals is an awesome feeling.
The Rio Blanco County fair is always one of my favorite events to attend and to photograph. Lots of kids, all hustling, smiling, wet and muddy, while preparing for show time.
MEEKER I Last week, the CSU Extension Office in Meeker hosted Jennifer Johnston with the 4-H IFYE Program. IFYE, or International 4-H Youth Exchange, is an international exchange program where participants ages 19-30 visit a […]