Andy Anderson received an achievement award from Whitetails Unlimited and Midway Target Corp. for his score in the 3-in-the-red witch, a separate event at the shoot. (Marvin Hill photo)
AMASA—The Iron County 4-H Sharpshooters Club held its annual turkey shoot Oct. 27 at the Amasa Area Recreation Center.
Over 30 shooters of all ages and both genders tested their shooting eye on a 2-inch bulls-eye at 50 yards. Club rifles, with aperture sights, and ammunition were provided.
The winners of gift certificates were:
1. Don Ahola
2. Keith Locke
3. Pat Carlotto
1. Jeff Hansen
2. Dan Absolon
3. Dave Thoreson
1. Dawn Thoreson
2. Melissa Marcell
3. Vinnie Liscomb
1. Jesse Thoreson
2. Michael Heikkila
3. Alfred Absolon
A tie breaker was decided by closest shot to the bulls-eye.
A separate event, the 3-in-the-red witch, was sponsored by Whitetails Unlimited and Midway Target Corp. for youths 15 years and under. It was a 6-inch bulls-eye at 50 yards with scoring of three shots out of five in the red. An achievement certificate and medal were awarded to Andy Anderson and Savannah Sandy.
“Shooters were to be congratulated,” said organizers, “and the fundraising event was a success due to all who donated both items and time to the 4-H club.”