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Youth shooting event at Lake Shelbyville

May 14, 2010 at 10:51 AM

LINKS to the FUTURE Youth Festival 2010 will take place Saturday, May 15 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Wolf Creek State Park on Lake Shelbyville.  The mission of the youth festival is to introduce youth to the importance and excitement of the outdoor sporting tradition. This event is free and open to the public.

The festival will feature many activities including trap shooting, target shooting, archery, geocaching, fishing and sling-shot shooting. Other features will be a frontier village, Civil War village and many other wildlife displays.

Registration begins at 8 a.m. on Saturday and continues throughout the day. LINKS to the FUTURE is made possible by grants and contributions from the National Rifle Association, Jimmy Johns, Wal-Mart, Chief AJ, Owen’s Motor Sports, Windsor Gun Club, and Wolf and Eagle Creek State Parks.

The Lincoln Trail Council’s Spring Rendezvous has joined forces with the LINKS to the FUTURE Youth Festival organization to produce the largest youth festival in Illinois.

This will be the ninth year for the LINKS to the FUTURE Youth Festival. This event will be a “great day for the kids”, says Richard Glazebrook. Glazebrook is Site Superintendent of both Wolf and Eagle Creek State Parks.

For more information on LINKS to the FUTURE Youth Festival 2010 call (217) 756-8260.

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