Contact Lori Cieslinski or Kim Price
Winter Youth Archery / JOAD (times subject to change):
9am - (9 meter and 18 meter distances)*
11am - (9 meter and 18 meter distances)*
1pm - (Youth over 12 years, advanced archers, and competition shooters - NO 9 meter line)
NASP will be accomodated on the 1pm Line.
3pm may or may not be needed based on interest.
*Position on the 9am or 11am line will be determined by your youth's age (younger start at the closer distance).
NO Archery on the following days:
Dec 22, Jan 26, Feb 2, Mar 16
$5 line fee per youth on day of shooting.
Youth archery will occur from Satuday, December 1st through March (end TBD). No shooting on December 22nd for Christmas. Other days off due to tournaments include Jan 26, Feb 2 and Mar 16.
Must be 8 years old BEFORE Dec 1, 2018.
LC&SA will provide all necessary equipment for your youth to shoot our archery program. If you own equipment you are welcome to use it. However, reserve the right to inspect and reject your equipment for safety.
Wear visible LC & SA identification when on club grounds.
Sign in upon entering, and sign out when leaving, at the clubhouse when using club facilities.
Know & follow all LC & SA rules when on club grounds.
Members not adhering to the above are subject to suspension of membership privileges up to and including expulsion from the club.
The Bullet Clip
ALWAYS keep the firearm unloaded until ready to use.
Whenever you pick up a gun, immediately engage the safety device if possible, and, if the gun has a magazine, remove it before opening the action and looking into the chamber(s) which should be clear of ammunition. If you do not know how to open the action or inspect the chamber(s), leave the gun alone and get help from someone who does.
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