January 16, 2019
4-H Shooting Sports Transition
4-H Shooting Sports is pleased to announce the transition of program responsibilities to Anissa Jepsen and Chris Mullins starting in January. Each have extensive knowledge with the program area.
Anissa’s responsibilities include working with the Shooting Sports Advisory, coordinating certification training and extending STEM education into the program. She has proven experience working with the 4-H Shooting Sports in Clay County, Iowa. Anissa looks forward to working with and growing the 4-H Shooting Sports Program.
Chris most recently directed programming at Fort Riley with CHYC. He has a passion for 4-H Shooting Sports and natural resources. Chris will provide logistics for the 4-H Shooting Sports coordinating events especially the matches. He is looking forward to serving in this role for extending learning opportunities for youth.