I’m very fortunate to have some very skilled folks around me who are very active in archery and the archery industry.
Over the next few months, you will see a revamped website and a very active presence on Facebook.
Your feedback on what we do online and other suggestions are always welcome!
To start with I would appreciate your feedback on restarting the TBOF quarterly newsletter.
Please click this link to visit the newsletter page and share your mailing information so we can begin to get a list of members who would like to see this magazine published and mailed to subscribed members.
We have a Board meeting on the Friday Aug 4th of the State Championship and the Fall shoot at 6:00
PM. If you are participating in our Fall Rendezvous please attend and share your ideas about what should be included in the magazine so we can vote on how we move forward with this project.
I highly encourage you to come out and participate. This is the main opportunity for your voice to be heard. TBOF is your club and we need your help and participation to set the direction we need to go.
As always , volunteers are always needed. Not only heavy lifting tasks like setting up and taking down ranges. There are many tasks that go on behind the scenes that we can always use help with.
For example, we have the Silver River Knap In every year that attracts an big crowd and allows us to give folks an opportunity to shoot a bow and talk about archery and TBOF!
1. Our next event is our Fall Rendezvous on August 4th -6th. Mark your calendar now. We are currently exploring a pre-registration option online so check back to make your check in faster.
2. Let us know if you want to start receiving newsletters from TBOF again.
3. We have our Board meeting on the 4thth at 6:00PM. We have interesting topics to discuss about the future direction of TBOF ! Please consider volunteering.
In the meantime, if you have any questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to me.
3/26/2023 03:17:48 pm
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Mike Chesser has been involved in Archery for over 30 years. He has enjoyed target competition archery for the last 10 years. Currently, his passion is teaching archery and passing the love of archery on to others.