The inaugural Introduction to Shooting Sports Day for Youth was held Aug. 17 at Kenmore Range in Bothell. Nearly 200 kids, ages 10-17, participated in learning to safely shoot archery, rifle, pistol and shotguns under the watchful eyes of 53 volunteers, including certified instructors, Boy Scout leaders, Hunter’s Safety and Education Instructors and top shooting champions. The event was free to all participants and was sponsored by Kenmore Range and the National Shooting Sports Federation. In addition to shooting, the festival-style event included a nature walk through the property, which is designated as a National Wildlife Federation Certified Habitat. Courtesy photo

The inaugural Introduction to Shooting Sports Day for Youth was held Aug. 17 at Kenmore Range in Bothell. Nearly 200 kids, ages 10-17, participated in learning to safely shoot archery, rifle, pistol and shotguns under the watchful eyes of 53 volunteers, including certified instructors, Boy Scout leaders, Hunter’s Safety and Education Instructors and top shooting champions. The event was free to all participants and was sponsored by Kenmore Range and the National Shooting Sports Federation. In addition to shooting, the festival-style event included a nature walk through the property, which is designated as a National Wildlife Federation Certified Habitat. Courtesy photo

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The inaugural Introduction to Shooting Sports Day for Youth was held Aug. 17 at Kenmore Range in Bothell. Nearly 200 kids, ages 10-17, participated in learning to safely shoot archery, rifle, pistol and shotguns under the watchful eyes of 53 volunteers, including certified instructors, Boy Scout leaders, Hunter’s Safety and Education Instructors and top shooting champions. The event was free to all participants and was sponsored by Kenmore Range and the National Shooting Sports Federation. In addition to shooting, the festival-style event included a nature walk through the property, which is designated as a National Wildlife Federation Certified Habitat. Courtesy photo

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