Much took place at the
All distances were
re-marked in meters and yards. Lanes were striped and excess foliage and
weeds were removed improving the appearance of the range and removing
brush fire fuel.
There were a total of
Six from the
Papago FITA Archers; Barbara Noblet, John Howland,
Mike Cullumber, Mary Jo Dhein, Kelly Dhein and
Six from Sun
Devil Archery at ASU; Kari Jill Granville, Ted Harden,
Lindsay Pian, Ashley Votruba, Chris Mullen and
We all worked from
12:00 to 3:00.
Park Rangers Victor
Romo and Fernando Espericueta oversaw and helped.
On April 1st, a Boy
Scout group will install a split rail fence to provide a barrier between
the parking lot and the range. The city has also expanded the paved
Come by and have a
Information compiled by
The Papago Archery
range is adjacent to the City of Phoenix's Papago Park Softball complex
north west of Galvin Parkway (64th street) and McDowell Rd.
The Papago FITA
Archers, Sun Devil Archery, Society for Creative Anachronism and others
make us of the range which is open to public use at no charge. The
range has hosted many tournaments including the Grand Canyon State
Games, Senior Games (50+), Collegiate, National Field Archery
Association and USA Archery events.