Outdoor Youth Day


Khloe Walker, 8, of Sidney, daughter of Chanse and Katie Walker, makes her way up a climbing wall. Shelby County Fish and Game along with Shelby County Whitetails Unlimited had their Outdoor Youth Day on Saturday, Aug. 19. Approximately 75 youths had the chance to perform activities such as Rock Wall Climbing, Archery, Fishing Derby, Paint Ball Shooting, Trap Shooting, and a Shooting Simulator. This was a free event held with funds coming from the annual banquet for the Whitetails in February.

Aubrie Harrod, 15, of Botkins, daughter of Benjamin Harrod and Mary Johnson, prepares to release her arrow. Shelby County Fish and Game along with Shelby County Whitetails Unlimited had their Outdoor Youth Day on Saturday, Aug. 19. Approximately 75 youths had the chance to perform activities such as Rock Wall Climbing, Archery, Fishing Derby, Paint Ball Shooting, Trap Shooting, and a Shooting Simulator. This was a free event held with funds coming from the annual banquet for the Whitetails in February.

Area youths participate in the fishing derby. Shelby County Fish and Game along with Shelby County Whitetails Unlimited had their Outdoor Youth Day on Saturday, Aug. 19. Approximately 75 youths had the chance to perform activities such as Rock Wall Climbing, Archery, Fishing Derby, Paint Ball Shooting, Trap Shooting, and a Shooting Simulator. This was a free event held with funds coming from the annual banquet for the Whitetails in February.

Abby Smith, right, of Anna, daughter of Tim and Amanda Smith, takes aim with a 20 gauge shot gun. Shelby County Fish and Game along with Shelby County Whitetails Unlimited had their Outdoor Youth Day on Saturday, Aug. 19. Approximately 75 youths had the chance to perform activities such as Rock Wall Climbing, Archery, Fishing Derby, Paint Ball Shooting, Trap Shooting, and a Shooting Simulator. This was a free event held with funds coming from the annual banquet for the Whitetails in February.

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Khloe Walker, 8, of Sidney, daughter of Chanse and Katie Walker, makes her way up a climbing wall. Shelby County Fish and Game along with Shelby County Whitetails Unlimited had their Outdoor Youth Day on Saturday, Aug. 19. Approximately 75 youths had the chance to perform activities such as Rock Wall Climbing, Archery, Fishing Derby, Paint Ball Shooting, Trap Shooting, and a Shooting Simulator. This was a free event held with funds coming from the annual banquet for the Whitetails in February.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/08/web1_SDN082517WhiteTail3-1.jpgKhloe Walker, 8, of Sidney, daughter of Chanse and Katie Walker, makes her way up a climbing wall. Shelby County Fish and Game along with Shelby County Whitetails Unlimited had their Outdoor Youth Day on Saturday, Aug. 19. Approximately 75 youths had the chance to perform activities such as Rock Wall Climbing, Archery, Fishing Derby, Paint Ball Shooting, Trap Shooting, and a Shooting Simulator. This was a free event held with funds coming from the annual banquet for the Whitetails in February. Jason Alig | Sidney Daily News

Aubrie Harrod, 15, of Botkins, daughter of Benjamin Harrod and Mary Johnson, prepares to release her arrow. Shelby County Fish and Game along with Shelby County Whitetails Unlimited had their Outdoor Youth Day on Saturday, Aug. 19. Approximately 75 youths had the chance to perform activities such as Rock Wall Climbing, Archery, Fishing Derby, Paint Ball Shooting, Trap Shooting, and a Shooting Simulator. This was a free event held with funds coming from the annual banquet for the Whitetails in February.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/08/web1_SDN082517WhiteTail4-1.jpgAubrie Harrod, 15, of Botkins, daughter of Benjamin Harrod and Mary Johnson, prepares to release her arrow. Shelby County Fish and Game along with Shelby County Whitetails Unlimited had their Outdoor Youth Day on Saturday, Aug. 19. Approximately 75 youths had the chance to perform activities such as Rock Wall Climbing, Archery, Fishing Derby, Paint Ball Shooting, Trap Shooting, and a Shooting Simulator. This was a free event held with funds coming from the annual banquet for the Whitetails in February. Jason Alig | Sidney Daily News

Area youths participate in the fishing derby. Shelby County Fish and Game along with Shelby County Whitetails Unlimited had their Outdoor Youth Day on Saturday, Aug. 19. Approximately 75 youths had the chance to perform activities such as Rock Wall Climbing, Archery, Fishing Derby, Paint Ball Shooting, Trap Shooting, and a Shooting Simulator. This was a free event held with funds coming from the annual banquet for the Whitetails in February.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/08/web1_SDN082517WhiteTail2-1.jpgArea youths participate in the fishing derby. Shelby County Fish and Game along with Shelby County Whitetails Unlimited had their Outdoor Youth Day on Saturday, Aug. 19. Approximately 75 youths had the chance to perform activities such as Rock Wall Climbing, Archery, Fishing Derby, Paint Ball Shooting, Trap Shooting, and a Shooting Simulator. This was a free event held with funds coming from the annual banquet for the Whitetails in February. Jason Alig | Sidney Daily News

Abby Smith, right, of Anna, daughter of Tim and Amanda Smith, takes aim with a 20 gauge shot gun. Shelby County Fish and Game along with Shelby County Whitetails Unlimited had their Outdoor Youth Day on Saturday, Aug. 19. Approximately 75 youths had the chance to perform activities such as Rock Wall Climbing, Archery, Fishing Derby, Paint Ball Shooting, Trap Shooting, and a Shooting Simulator. This was a free event held with funds coming from the annual banquet for the Whitetails in February.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/08/web1_SDN082517WhiteTail1-1.jpgAbby Smith, right, of Anna, daughter of Tim and Amanda Smith, takes aim with a 20 gauge shot gun. Shelby County Fish and Game along with Shelby County Whitetails Unlimited had their Outdoor Youth Day on Saturday, Aug. 19. Approximately 75 youths had the chance to perform activities such as Rock Wall Climbing, Archery, Fishing Derby, Paint Ball Shooting, Trap Shooting, and a Shooting Simulator. This was a free event held with funds coming from the annual banquet for the Whitetails in February. Jason Alig | Sidney Daily News