Cullman Community Archery Park: One Year Later

ATA Staff May 20, 2010

Cullman Community Archery Park: One Year Later New Ulm, MINN. - When movie character Ray Kinella hears a voice from his cornfield say, "If you build it, he will come," the Iowa farmer played by Kevin Costner believes he is being told to turn his cornfield into a baseball diamond. To the astonishment of his neighbors, he does just that. His dream of creating a country ballpark eventually comes true and crowds are drawn to the "Field of Dreams." When the ADWFF and the City of Cullman,…

ATA Funds Archery Position

ATA Staff September 17, 2009

ATA Funds Archery Position at $60 Million Shooting Park NEW ULM, Minn. – Nevada’s $60 million Clark County Shooting Park in northwest Las Vegas was recently dedicated at an event the Archery Trade Association (ATA) helped sponsor. The park is expected to become a center for archery and bowhunting growth in southern Nevada due, in part, to the ATA’s commitment to fund an archery coordinator position at the park’s education center. The ATA contributed $40,000 this year and…

ATA Contribution Helps Ignite Archery Participation in Michigan

ATA Staff August 6, 2009

ATA Contribution Helps Ignite Archery Participation in Michigan SALT LAKE CITY – If the Archery Trade Association could be classified as barnstormers delivering both funding and a strong message to promote its Community Archery Program (CAP), then Michigan must be a fast-moving army as its leaders and foot soldiers boost archery participation statewide. “We really have great momentum right now with a few standout states moving forward and making archery readily available to youths,”…

Park Opening Reveals Enthusiasm-Cullman

ATA Staff May 3, 2009

Park Opening Reveals Grassroots Enthusiasm CULLMAN, Ala. – An estimated 150 people – a tapestry of kids, moms and dads, archers and bowhunters and city, county and state leaders turned out for the grand opening of the Cullman Community Archery Park in Cullman, Ala., Thurs., April 29. The park is one initiative in the larger Community Archery Program to grow archery and bowhunting. The $285,000 project, a collaborative effort between the City of Cullman, the Alabama Division of Wildlife…

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