ANNUAL 3D SHOOT – JUNE 22/23, 2019
Thank you to everyone who came out to our 3D Shoot! What an awesome turnout we had! The weather cooperated and we had perfect shooting conditions.
Special thanks to Carson and Dave at Jim Bows Archery, Lawrence at Accurate Archery, and Barry at North American Hunting Supplies for all of the awesome prizes they donated and for supporting our club! Also thanks to the Alberta Bowhunters Association for their ongoing support. Last but not least, archers enjoy good food and we can thank Brenda Weal and her daughter Ashley from Calahoo Meats who ran the concession once again for us!
From the proceeds of this shoot, Parkland Bowbenders has donated $2,500 to the Canadian Cancer Society. In addition to this was a $1,000 donation from a long term member for a total donation of $3,500! (See Thank You Note Below)
We would also like to give special recognition to another long term member who donated a APA bow to be raffled off! We have awesome members at our club!
Photos from the shoot have been posted on the website Gallery, and include the winners of the “Long Bomb” shot competition, Hunter Class, Master 50/60, Compound Division and Traditional Shooters.
The shoot scores are also posted, and can be viewed by clicking the button below.
PARKLAND SHOOTING TEAM!
Contact – Director Allen Chatten 780-915-8668
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Thank you to everyone who attended our Annual General Meeting on January 9, 2019. We are pleased to welcome member Bill Johnson on to the Executive as a Director at Large! Thank you Bill!
CASINO – Thank you!
A huge “Thank You!” to all the volunteers who gave their time to help work Parkland’s Casino on September 24 & 25, 2018.
Our club volunteers: Charlene C, Wendy S, Susan R, Vivian G, Shelly K, Craig H, Bill J, Boxer H, Linda J, Rod J, Sherry S, and Mitchell S. Executive volunteers: Bob, David, Janet, Allen, Kal and Doug.
Thank you again to our Casino Advisor Carolin who was awesome to work with and had everyone trained like pros!
Our range is conveniently located west of Villeneuve on a beautiful wooded property.
Our members enjoy virtually 24/7 access to the range facilities. Please remember to take pride in the range and do not litter. If you see garbage laying around, please pick it up. The owner of the property tours the range on a regular basis and has commented how clean and well kept the range is. If you see somethings wrong or needs fixing, please contact one of the Executive members.
Also remember “No Liquor” is permitted on the course grounds. If caught, it will mean suspension of your privileges to the range and possible expulsion from the club for a period of time, which will be determined by the PBAC Executive. Signs are posted throughout the course with range rules. No Crossbows, and No Broadheads allowed.