At their meeting Monday evening, Trigg County Recreation Complex Board members discussed the issue but took no action. Complex Board Chairman Jason Strickland said the 4-H group is focusing on rifles, handguns and trap shooting.
“They’re talking to [Trigg County] Fiscal Court about some land out here, to be able to establish a range. Jessie Frye is kind of heading that up, as well as Keith Lancaster and James Thomas,” said Strickland. “As far as insurance, it would be insured through a private company they’ve contracted with and the Extension Service through UK. So county insurance would be way down the line … That’s something the Fiscal Court and 4-H would work out.”
Currently, the 4-H group is looking at land behind the Convention Center for a rifle and handgun range, said Strickland.
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