Archery tournament in Fargo set
The 2014 State Championship Indoor 3D Tournament & Banquet will be hosted by the Sandhills Archers & Lake Aggasiz Bowmen, Fargo, and is scheduled March 28-30 at the Doublewood Inn, 333 13th Ave. S, Fargo.
The North Dakota Bowhunters Association general membership is at 7 p.m. Friday. The competition events are from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday.
The shoot location is the Veterans Memorial Arena, 1201 7th Ave. E, West Fargo. Courses include 25 Target Competitive 3D, 25 Target Non Competitive 3D, NFAA 5 Spot 300 range and 10 Target Cub 3D course. Shoot times were posted to the NDBA website March 22.
Tickets for members are adult, $40, and children 12 and younger, $27.50. Tickets for non-members are $70 for adults and $37.50 for children 12 and younger.
The banquet guest speaker is Matt Stutzman, known as “the Armless Archer.” Stutzman was born without arms but said he was “blessed to have been raised by two incredible (and incredibly patient) parents who taught me long ago that impossible is a state of mind … and not one that I should embrace. It’s a lesson that has served me well, and one that my wife and I are trying to pass on to our three young boys on a daily basis.” He said his goal is to be the best archer in the world. He is a member of the United States Para Archery Team.
The North Dakota Bowhunters Association was organized in 1952 by a group of archers dedicated to promoting the sport of archery in North Dakota and improving and protecting the rights and privileges of bowhunters. The NDBA promotes archery education, tournaments and the principles of “fair chase” in all archery hunting. The NDBA serves as the unified voice for all North Dakota archers in communications with the North Dakota Game and Fish Department and the North Dakota State Legislature.
The NDBA Bowhunters Foundation Inc. was organized by the NDBA exclusively for charitable, scientific and educational purposes and provides funding for activities, which advances the sport of archery and promotes archery education and bowhunting in North Dakota
For more information about the North Dakota Bowhunters Association, visit www.ndbowhunters. org.