Outdoor events at mill attract hunting lovers
By Brian Bowden

Riverview Farms and the Ogeechee River Grist Mill, in Warren County, held its sixth annual Juniors Acquiring Knowledge, Ethics and Sportsmanship (JAKES) Day combined with the Women in the Outdoors event on Saturday. "We feel that our event was successful. It was actually the most successful one," said Missy Garner, owner of the farm and mill. "All the women and kids participated and learned a lot."
Both events, which garnered around 65 people, featured a BB gun training area, two bow and arrow training areas and a 3D target shoot that consisted of participants going through multiple stations setup in the woods and conducting target practice on different simulated animals while getting their scores recorded. "They really enjoyed the 3D animal targets in the outdoor course," said Garner. "The kids also loved the BB gun setup, which was our first time having it at this event."

To read more on this story, pick up the Thursday, June 12, edition of The McDuffie Progress.





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