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…

ESDF Donates $200,000

ATA Staff May 3, 2009

Easton Sports Development Foundation Donates $200,000 to Grow Archery and Bowhunting MINNEAPOLIS – The Easton Sports Development Foundation (ESDF) presented the Archery Trade Association (ATA) with a check for $200,000 to support the group’s efforts to grow archery and bowhunting through the Community Archery Program. The $200,000 gift was presented at the ATA’s board of directors meeting in Minneapolis, Minn., April 21-22. “We understand the importance of not only introducing…

Ala. CAP Increase Participation

ATA Staff March 29, 2009

Alabama’s Community Archery Program Expected to Increase Archery Participation SALT LAKE CITY – The Community Archery Program (CAP) in Cullman, Ala. received $52,000 from the Archery Trade Association (ATA) to fund a local archery park, provide equipment and increase school involvement in the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP). The $285,000 project is a collaborative effort between the City of Cullman, the Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries (ADWFF) and…

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