Archery Clinic in Lamar September 11

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Interested in learning more about the sport of archery? Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) will hold a free archery clinic, Wednesday, September 11 from 6-8 p.m. at the indoor archery range at the CPW Office at 2500 S. Main in Lamar.

Archery is fun and safe and can be a life long skill enjoyed by almost all ages and abilities!

This family friendly clinic is open to adults and youngsters. Activities include instruction and practice shooting at traditional and 3-D targets. Boys and girls ages 8 and up are invited to attend but must be accompanied by a parent.

Instructors from the CPW will teach the finer points of shooting bows. The CPW will furnish the equipment, including bows that are designed for youngsters and are used with the National Archery in the Schools Program. The methods and equipment are the same as used by several schools in rural southeast Colorado enrolled in the Colorado Archery in the Schools Program. Parents can try it out to get a sample of what their children may learn in school – target archery in a safe manner.

This event is limited to 35 people, so register early. To register, or get more information, call Linda Groat at (719) 336-6608.

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