Sharyland Pioneer Skeet Club

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 Welcome to Sharyland Pioneer Skeet Club

Mission Statement:

The Sharyland Pioneer Skeet Club is an educational athletic club that exists to introduce high school-age students to the shooting sports and to facilitate their continued involvement by providing, promoting, and perpetuating opportunities to safely and enjoyably participate and compete in a high-quality, team-based sport led by trained adult coaches focused on enhancing their personal growth and development of their athletes.

Parent Volunteers 
Parent Volunteers are always welcomed.  As the program grows and level of skill increases we are in need of parent volunteers that can assist in helping students reach their full potential in the sport.  We have student levels ranging from beginners to advance.  If you are a parent or want to volunteer then you will need to complete the volunteer application on 4HOnline.  There is a small 4H fee of $10 to be registered as a 4H Volunteer.  Everyone wanting to assist will need to complete this process.

Stay Up to Date with 4H News  
Click on the 4H Newsletter to stay up to date with 4H news.

What Next?  
Want to join the Sharyland Pioneer Skeet Club, then log onto the 4HOnline, create a profile and join our club, deadline to join the club is October 11, 2019 .  Club officers are available to walk you through the process.  You can also join our Remind by texting @shootclay to: 81010.

National Skeet Shooting Association (NSSA)
Every member of Sharyland Pioneer Skeet Club should be familiar with the Official Rules and Regulations of the National Skeet Shooting Association.  The National Skeet Shooting Association complete Official Rules and Regulations GuideBook can viewed online.  

Students can keep up with latest Skeet news by reading the Official Magazine of the NSSA and NSCA Clay Target Nation.  

Students will have a chance to participate in shoots where their targets may be registered with the NSSA.  Students should become members, as you will need to be a member to participate in certain shoots.  You can follow this Membership Link to enroll.

Have a Question About Your Membership?
If you have a question about your membership status, member benefits or materials, renewal, or anything else to do with your NSCA membership, we're here to help. Contact Kimberly Gracia in NSCA Member Services at or 210-688-3371 ext. 961.

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