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01/01/2005


 

 

 

 

Oct. 16, 2004

 

October Newsletter - Now What?

Sept. 5, 2004

 

August Newsletter - What coming up for AZJOADs?

May 27, 2004

 

May Newsletter - What's going on during the Summer - Fall

Jan. 25, 2004

 

 

2004 FITA Rule Book excerpt regarding Cadet Women
FITA RuleBook - (Final version January 21. 2004)
Rule Book 2004: valid as of 1st April 2004

excerpt from Book 1:

4.5.1.2 The FITA Outdoor Target Archery Round, consists of 36 arrows from each of the

following distances shot in this order:

60, 50, 40, 30 meters for Cadet Women;

70, 60, 50, 30 meters for Women, Cadet Men, Junior Women and Masters Women;

90, 70, 50, 30 meters for Men, Junior Men and Masters Men;

or in the order:

30, 40, 50, 60 meters for Cadet Women;

30, 50, 60, 70 meters for Women, Cadet Men, Junior Women and Masters Women;

30, 50, 70, 90 meters for Men, Junior Men and Masters Men.

The 122cm target face is used for the 90,70, 60m (and 50m for Cadet Women) distances and the 80cm face shall be used for the 50 (other than Cadet Women), 40 and 30m distances. The 80cm multiple center set-up may be used at 30 meters. The 80cm triangular triple center set-up is mandatory at FITA Championships.

 

Jan. 22, 2004

 

NASCAR / KMLE 108 event at Archery HQ (6401 W. Chandler Boulevard, Chandler, AZ) went off without a hitch.
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  • The KMLE crew hung out at Archery HQ with #21 Matthews NASCAR racecar and driver Tim Schendel.

  • The NASCAR #21 team gave out printed Tee shirts and signed autographs for all. 

  • Tim had one of his cars on display and the teams semi tractor trailer was open for viewing too. 

  • KMLE set up a tent and gave away Taco bell food and coupon giveaways. 

  • The KMLE folks and the NASCAR team were very friendly.

 

The Arizona JOAD community made the AZJOAD genesis bows and arrows available for all to try for free. 

A few kids shot for quite some time. 

It was great to see the smiles on the youths faces as they got the hang of it. 

Parents were able to garnish valuable information too.

The volunteers were able to shoot a few ends for fun also.

 

Over ten JOAD volunteers came out and helped, here is a listing:

  • Ted Harden 2

  • John Howland

  • Brandon Hunt

  • Waylon Hunt and family

  • Bob Pian

  • Lindsay Pian

  • Paula Simpson

  • Cassandra Votruba

  • Ed Votruba

  • Troy Turner

Special thanks to Doug Witt and Ted Harden for getting things set up and going.

 

Everyone was please to be able to help out and insure that things went smoothly. 

 

AZJOAD is very proud of the support given to Archery Headquarters!