Bullseye 4-H Club meets


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Clinton County Bullseye 4-H Club officers for 2021 are, from left: Noah Westfall, Vice President; Jace Fallis, President; Cole Fallis; Treasurer; and Maddie Yeary, Secretary.

Clinton County Bullseye 4-H Club officers for 2021 are, from left: Noah Westfall, Vice President; Jace Fallis, President; Cole Fallis; Treasurer; and Maddie Yeary, Secretary.


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CLARKSVILLE — The Clinton County Bullseye 4-H Club elected club officers during their recent meeting on Saturday, Feb. 20.

Club officers for 2021 include Jace Fallis, President; Noah Westfall, Vice President; Maddie Yeary, Secretary; Cole Fallis, Treasurer; Gentry Smith, Safety Officer; and Gatlin Smith, Safety Officer.

Club Advisors are Dann Sternsher and Judi Sternsher.

Additional club business and activities at the meeting included reviewing the firearm safety rules and practicing safe handling of firearms. The club then learned about firearms in history through discussion and the safe handling of an actual 1942 Colt 1911A1 .45ACP U.S. Army-issued pistol from World War II.

Clinton County Bullseye 4-H Club officers for 2021 are, from left: Noah Westfall, Vice President; Jace Fallis, President; Cole Fallis; Treasurer; and Maddie Yeary, Secretary.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2021/02/web1_Bullseye-4-H-Club-Officers-2021.jpgClinton County Bullseye 4-H Club officers for 2021 are, from left: Noah Westfall, Vice President; Jace Fallis, President; Cole Fallis; Treasurer; and Maddie Yeary, Secretary. Submitted photo

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