Kansas has 10 chartered clubs located in various parts of the state; two with outdoor and bow hunter ranges; five with only a bow hunter range; two commercial indoor ranges (Lawrence) & (Wichita); and one with KS Wildlife, Parks & Tourism (Olathe).
Students enrolled in Kansas schools can participate in a program called Archery in the Schools where they learn to shoot a bow and it has piqued the interest in archery.
Archery is a sport that can be enjoyed by everyone -- young and old. This is an individual sport where an archer can excel by participating in tournaments, shooting at an archery club, shooting in a Junior Olympic Archery Development program and going to the Olympic tryouts to gain a spot on the Olympic Archery Team.
If you are interested in obtaining more information on KSAA, contact me via e-mail, phone or postal service.
Judy Doub, KSAA Secretary
August 9, 2013