Anakin Bosek of Douglas County 4-H was among 32 Minnesota 4-H youths who tested their shooting skills last month during a competition in Nebraska.
During the 20th annual National 4-H Shooting Sports Championships from June 23-28, Bosek participated in the .22 rifle event. Bosek was selected to represent the state after participating in the 2018 Minnesota 4-H Shooting Sports & Wildlife Invitational.
The Minnesota 4-H Shooting Sports & Wildlife Program began in the 1980s and has grown to nearly 4,000 4-H members and 1,000 adult leaders. Members learn air rifle, air pistol, archery, .22 rifle, muzzleloading, shotgun and wildlife skills.