Turkey Shoot This Sunday Nov 24
The clubs annual turkey shoot will start this Sunday. 14 “spot hog” safari targets (animal targets on the field and hunter target backs). 2 arrows per target, marked yardage. Gift certificates for $15 (to get your turkey with) given as awards. Awards will be “flighted” which means you do not have to come in first or second to have a chance of winning a prize.
Cost to shoot
Couple $15 (only one prize possible per couple)
Family $20 (only one prize per family)
Lunch available $5
Sign in open 7:30 am
First Arrow 9am
Annual Christmas Party and Awards Banquet
JCA and Salinas Bowmen
Saturday Dec, 14th
Spreckels Veterans Memorial Hall
On 5th and Llano ave Spreckel at 5pm
Sign up to bring an appetizer, Salads, Hot Dish or Dessert. There will be a No host Bar. Free membership drawing, door prizes and…
SANTA WILL BE COMING!!!!!
RSVP to JCA Archery by Dec 75h by phone 769-0200 or in person, or by email email@example.com
Sign up to bring a dish and say how many children will be coming with you.
Sep 17th starts Archery Leagues At JCA Archery. You chose one night a week to shoot.
Wed, Thur, or Fri (open to any)
Drop by or give Jim a call for details and RSVP
28 Quail Run Drive #D
Drop by JCA and pick up 10 token for $10. It’s a club tradition. Use them to bet on any shot or event. Bet on anyone or anything to do with archery. Whoever wins the most tokens over the year wins a…um… really interesting trophy. Run out? You can buy more. The money goes to support your club.
The new course of Trad targets is up and running. The course starts just downhill of target #1 of the field course and contains a combination of 3d animal targets with no marked yardage. This is a dynamic endeavour, and changes frequently. Ask a trad shooter to show you around. We’ve shot the course a number of times and it was a lot of fun. A Warning to Compound shooters though; If you see these critters around and are tempted to shoot at them, DON’T. These are the old McKenzie targets that are well known for not giving your arrows back. They work great for Trad shooters, but will eat arrows shot from faster bows. For the sake of your arrows….. well it’s up to you.