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S3DA Northwestern National Outreach Coordinator Named

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Have the Young Archer Magazine mailed right to your door SUBSCRIBE TODAY FOR FREE Williamsburg, KY – Scholastic 3-D Archery has named JR Lorimor of Oregon as the S3DA Northwestern National Outreach Coordinator which will significantly increase the level of leadership and collaboration within the program in the northwestern states by increasing communication from the national to local level, as well as ensuring that there is consistency in following the rules, mission and ethical stance of the S3DA program.   JR Lorimor was born on a farm in Idaho and was introduced to hunting and the outdoors in his childhood. Lorimor...
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Archery by Keenan

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Have the Young Archer Magazine mailed right to your door SUBSCRIBE TODAY FOR FREE “Imagine walking into an archery range after you unload everything like a bow, arrows, quiver, belt [if needed], arm guard [if needed] and a release if you have a compound bow. But did you know that archery includes a lot of muscles and bones? Just follow through takes a lot of bones and muscles. And even talking to the coach about a problem takes bones and muscles! You need the deltoid muscle to keep your arm up after you release and to pull the string back....
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Indiana making positive changes

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Have the Young Archer Magazine mailed right to your door SUBSCRIBE TODAY FOR FREE Indiana S3DA Implements Same Day/Multiple Venue Tournament Format Williamsburg, KY – With the tremendous growth of the S3DA program, the National Headquarters has called for a model in which more than one tournament is held on the same day at different regional locations in a specific state. Indiana S3DA has become a pacesetter in this aspect by implementing a schedule utilizing a North, Central, and Southern tournament format. Indiana saw the need for this division to continue growing the program. They realized that growth would have been...
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