Western Reserve Fish and Game Association will be holding a civilian marksmanship program, which is open to any student from a school that does not have a competitive shooting team and is between the ages of 10 and 18 years old.
The cost is $5 per week with an additional $25 that covers all major competition events.
The association will supply the training, ammunition, awards and travel. Parents do not need to be club members for their child to participate. Practice is every Monday in either the late afternoon or early evening.
For more information, contact Ralph Nudo at 330-652-9201.
Western Reserve Fish and Game Association will be holding its third annual Shooters and Scooters Poker Run. Proceeds from the run go to the club's civilian marksmanship program.
The run will be held June 7, with the rain date of June 8. Cost is $10 per rider and $5 per passenger.
For more information, contact 330-647-2763 or 330-544-3993.