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Posted Friday, June 21, 2013
Chapel Hill, NC - The Broken Arrow Archery Club is the oldest archery club in North Carolina and is beginning it's 50th year of existence.
We have a shooting range located at the intersection of Mann's Chapel Road and Potyhress Rd in Chatham County. Fourteen stationary targets situated along a woods trail and several 3-D targets are available on location. Our members shoot informally there each Tuesday evening throughout the spring/summer and members can use the range January through August whenever they wish.
Dues are $65 for the first year and $45 each year thereafter. All levels of experience or inexperience are welcome, crossbows and broadheads are not permitted on the range but traditional and compound bows are.
The club is now seeking new members and anyone interested can call the club president, Rob 919-942-2602
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