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Black powder shooting is highlight of weekend workshop

Thursday, April 14, 2011

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Black powder rifle shooting, tomahawk throwing, archery and other outdoor skills were just some of the activities held during the second Weekend Outdoor Workshop (WOW) at the Bighorn Ranch, located in eastern McDonald County. The Sugar Creek Gobblers hosted the three-day event geared toward getting Missouri youth involved in Missouri's hunting heritage. Students and instructors taking part in the recent event are pictured above. In the first row, from left, are: Trent Young, Jake Milleson, Pierce Harmon, Brandon Burnett and Brock Burnett. Middle row: Patrick Elkins, Anika Blair, Zack Woods and Jonathan Martin. Back row: instructors Doug Hall, Ron Calintine and Dusty Henderson. Workshops are for students ages 11 through 14. To learn more about the program, call 417-439-8594 or e-mail info@sugarcreekgobblers.com.