Contact Lori Cieslinski or Kim Price
DUE TO COVID RESTRICTIONS, SESSION 1 WILL BE THE ONLY SESSION.
SESSION 1 IS TENTATIVELY SHIFTED TO FEBRUARY.
Winter Youth Archery / JOAD:
February 6, 13, 20, 27, March 6 and 13.
8:30am - Beginners, New to archery (1 opening)
11am - Intermediate, shot with us before (FULL)
1:30pm - Advanced archers, own your own equipment (2 openings)
These above designations are intended as a guideline. All times will include 10m and 18m line as needed. We will do our best to accomodate any NASP shooters at the later line.
Registration has ended and there is a possibliity of a few spaces remaining. Please email the address below to ask any questions.
There can only be 18 archers per line time and only one adult in attendance per archer.
Face masks will be required for all except when actually shooting.
Fees and waiver forms will be collected on the first shooting day.
The full 6 week line fees will be collected as well as any Junior Membership fees.
Line fees are $5 per child per day for a total of $30 fee (family cap of $60 per session).
Junior membership is required of any child who is not an LC&SA Family club member. It is a one time fee per year per archer of $15.
Must be 8 years old BEFORE Feb 1, 2021.
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.
There will be NO Session 2.
For any questions, email the youth program at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 pointed in a safe direction.
This is the primary rule of gun safety. A safe direction means that the gun is pointed so that even if it were to go off it would not cause injury or damage. The key to this rule is to control where the muzzle or front end of the barrel is pointed at all times. Common sense dictates the safest direction, depending on different circumstances.
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