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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado – USA Archery is grateful to receive a generous grant of $20,000 from the Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s Outdoor Fund in support of USA Archery membership growth and grassroots club development. This grant funding will be used to provide high quality welcome kits to new USA Archery Junior Olympic Archery Development clubs.
In support of USA Archery’s efforts to promote membership growth, grassroots expansion of archery and long-term club sustainability, these high-quality welcome kits will enhance upon current kits that include the USA Archery club handbook, Explore Archery Curriculum and a set of USA Archery Achievement Awards.
Club membership benefits include:
If you are interested in starting a club today, contact [email protected] and take advantage of the free welcome kit!
Junior Olympic Archery Development (JOAD) is a program of USA archery that helps archers to enjoy the sport recreationally or progress to the excitement of competition. JOAD offers barebow, recurve and compound archers the opportunity to learn range safety and proper shooting technique in an environment that also fosters focus, increased self-confidence, and team building skills. JOAD is open to any youth archer aged 8 to 20 and is designed to grow with the youth archer. Introductory JOAD classes teach the fundamentals of proper shooting form; as the young archer develops, they will learn more advanced techniques and earn achievement awards. Visit the USA Archery Club Locator to find a club near you.
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