Originally Posted by MSHowle
We are starting a new archery club in our community to help build interest because we are slated to get an archery park. We are a small rural town in Alabama. We have gone through the NASP training and we have scheduled a day camp for kids to get them interested. We are starting the NASP program in the schools and hope to build a PARD program for the children in the community. Any helpful hints or suggestions would be very much appreciated!!!
Be sure and check for Grants if this is city property. Contact your local politician and see if an indoor range can be done. We did with are club on city property. There grants to get if you get the right person to back it.
Seems your nasp training should be very helpfull. Make safety the prime issue with kids.
Good luck and thats a great thing your doing.
Elite bows, Vortex Binos, Trophy Taker sights, Carter releases, Goldtip Arrows. CBE sights, Vapor Trail Strings, B Stinger stabilizers