The American Legion Junior Shooting Sports Program is a gun safety education and marksmanship program that encompasses the basic elements of safety, education, enjoyment, and competition.
The American Legion Championship is a three-position air rifle competition for junior competitors who fire in the sporter or precision classes. Competitors will fire a total of four 3×20 courses of fire with a final for the top 8 competitors in sporter and precision.
The program is free to children of Webster and local communities.
We meet at 7:00 p.m. Mondays mid-October till Mid -February in the upstairs Hall at our Post located at: 818 Ridge Road in Webster.
For additional information or if you know of a boy or girl ages 12 to 19 that might be interested in joining our program contact:
Tony Gross at: (585) 281-7815
Scouting Program and the American Legion
The American Legion has been dedicated in supporting The Boy Scouts of American since its conception in 1919. The American Legion fully understands what the scouting programs brings to the table. Teaching youth, the fundamental knowledge of honor, pride, service to others, self-confidence, love of country and our flag to name a few.
So how does the American Legion show its support to scouting? There are 2400 units across the country that are chartered by the American Legion. The American Legion also demonstrates its support through recognition. An Eagle scout can be presented with the American Legion certificate. The legion also understands the importance of the adult scout leaders who can be nominated for a leader recognition award for their work in supporting scouting. Units chartered by Legion posts are also open to receive awards and acknowledgement.
If you wish more information on the Junior Shooting and/or Webster Post Scouting Program please use this form.