Roberts County 4-H Archery moves into new home

First “X” of the Year! Hillside Hustlers 4-H member Cody Nelson shot the first “X” of the year during the first round of practice in the new 4-H building. ~ Courtesy Photos

By Mimi Larsen Staff Writer

On Tuesday, Jan. 14, the 4-H Archery program happily moved into their new home at the new 4-H Community Center in Sisseton. The new location provides much more room, lots of light, and wonderful temperature control, all qualities that the old facility lacked after so many years of faithful service. The same night, the first-ever county 4-H BB Gun program opened in the Rosholt Community Center. It was a great night for Roberts County 4-H Shooting Sports.

Roberts County 4-H Youth Program Advisor Tracey Lehrke insisted that Head Archery Instructor Calvin Finnesand take the first archery shot in the new facility.