Thanks Communnity Futures

Community Futures has contributed $250 to the purchase of a new bow

Quesnel River Archers were presented with a cheque for $250 from Community Futures. This money will go towards purchasing a new club bow. The Junior Olympic Program (JOP) is open to aspiring young archers up until the age of 21. The Quesnel River archers also offer adult classes for beginners and advanced archers. Programs run all throughout the year with many of the current members using archery for recreation or to hone skills. For information visit www.quesnelriverarchers.com.

Quesnel River Archers were presented with a cheque for $250 from Community Futures. This money will go towards purchasing a new club bow. The Junior Olympic Program (JOP) is open to aspiring young archers up until the age of 21. The Quesnel River archers also offer adult classes for beginners and advanced archers. Programs run all throughout the year with many of the current members using archery for recreation or to hone skills. For information visit www.quesnelriverarchers.com.

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