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November 05, 2013

Ann Hoyt and Jim Easton JOAD Grants Awarded to Clubs

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - USA Archery is excited to announce 17 Junior Olympic Archery Development (JOAD) clubs were awarded approximately $45,000 in grants through the Ann Hoyt/Jim Easton JOAD Grant program in 2013.

Four deserving (JOAD) clubs have been awarded funds in the last grant cycle of 2013: Anchor Point Archery, California Central Valley Archery Academy, Wilton Archery Club and Hidden Gems Archery (pictured on home page).

Please see below for a complete listing of clubs that received grants in 2013:

       Easton Van Nuys JOAD Club: Van Nuys, CA

       Bay City Bowmen: Kawkawlin, CA

       Newberry JOAD: Newberry, FL

       Pineapple JOAD: Glendale, AZ

       Quivering Bulls Eye Archery: Adkins, TX

       Smith Point Archery JOAD: Ridge, NY

       Noble County JOAD: Perry, OK

       Washington County 4-H JOAD: Sandersville, GA

       Home Grown Arrows: Walnut, CA

       Nomad JOAD: Monroe, WA

       Seadragons: Chicago, IL

       Mid GA Archery Club: Perry, GA

       Red Tail Archery: Powder Springs, GA

       Anchor Point Archery: Sweetser, IN

       California Central Valley Archery Academy: Stockton, CA

       Wilton Archery Club: Wilton, CT

       Hidden Gems Archery: Bronx, NY

Clubs were given grants funds to help purchase archery equipment for the club and coaching certifications.  USA Archery is looking forward to seeing how these grant funds will help each club grow the sport of archery in the local community and continue to develop archers in all of the JOAD clubs.

Information on the 2014 grant cycle, including dates, will be posted soon at www.usarchery.org.  For more information on USA Archery's grant program, please contact Outreach Program Coordinator Jon Taylor at jtaylor@usarchery.org.

 

 

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