The Medina Clay Target 4H Club is a Bandera County 4H sponsored club that teaches children the basics of gun safety and the mechanics of competitive shotgun shooting. Members of the club develop shooting skills that place them in the top levels of skeet trap and sporting clays in the state. Members learn the rules of parliamentary procedure and civility as they conduct meetings serve as officers and create bylaws to govern their club. Members have frequent opportunities to meet and interact with other youths from teams across the state often forming lasting friendships. Members also interact with many adults including coaches judges sponsors and team parents learning to behave respectfully and appreciate their contributions to their success. Medina Clay Target 4H Club members also develop key character attributes such as honesty integrity responsibility sportsmanship and volunteerism as active team members.