The archery season has begun so we can have some fun in the sun.
Club Practices are available Wednesday and Friday from 4 pm to dusk. Saturday and Sunday practices are from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. We are encouraging everyone to wear a mask while you are not actively shooting. We expect everyone to respect social distancing norms while on the range.
We have the following events remaining for the year.
- Tri State JOAD Championship on Sunday July 12th.
- Summer Slam Saturday August 1st.
- President’s Cup Saturday August 29th.
- Club Championships Saturday 19th.
The club hopes to expand registrations beyond 24 for the remaining 3 events. The Board of Directors will evaluate each competition based on NYS Guidelines and directives from USA Archery.
I want to thank everyone who volunteers their time to be a range captain and everyone on the tournament committee. Your generosity and volunteerism helps to foster target archery on Long Island.
If anyone would information on volunteering please contact me email@example.com
2018 has been a great year for the club.
The club successfully ran the NY State Outdoor State Champions in Old Westbury NY. We want to thank all the members who volunteered and dedicated time to the event. Without your assistance we would not been able to pull this one off. Thank You.
Many of our members have traveled to USAT events this year with great results. You can find many of the them at the range on a regular basis.
The club championship is only weeks away. Stay tuned for updates.
If want to want to volunteer or become more active in the leadership of the club, please talk with one of the board members. We are always looking for assistance or new ideas for the club.
See you on the range
Recently 2 our club members attended the National Collegiate Championships and World Team Trials in Chula Vista California.
Isabella Bastiani (Garden City, NY) was competing for a spot on the Women’s Compound and Dillon McMenamy (Smithtown, NY) was competing for a spot on the Men’s Recurve teams.
Isabella finished in 4th place for the National Championships and 3rd in the World Team Trials. Finishing 3rd in the team trials Isabella earn a place on the team to represent the United State traveling to Taiwan.
Dillon finished in the top 8 for the National Championships losing a close match in the 1/8 round and not advancing to the medal rounds. Dillon also finished in 3rd place during the team trials earning a place on the team to represent the United State traveling to Taiwan. Dillon also earn placement on the USA All American Collegiate Archery Team.
If you find them on the range practicing in Cedar Creek wish them good luck.
For more information regarding these events visit the following:
Congratulations to Nassau Bowmen’s Dillon McMenamy, who made the Collegiate World Team! He will be competing in the World Collegiate Championships in Mongolia over this summer. Let’s all wish him luck!