3D archery shoot Sunday

The Arrowsmith Archers invite all interested bow shooters to the annual Harry Tutton Memorial Outdoor 3D Shoot this Sunday.

Pascal Nolet of Nanaimo pulls his arrow from a 3D wolf target during an open house hosted by Arrowsmith Archers Club in Nanoose Bay in November.

The Arrowsmith Archers invite all interested bow shooters to the annual Harry Tutton Memorial Outdoor 3D Shoot this Sunday, Feb. 21, at the Dorman Range in North Qualicum.

The course will feature 20 to 25 3D animal targets. Last year, the event drew more than 120 archers.

A hot lunch will be available at a minimal cost, served by friends and family of Arrowsmith Archers.

On ­site registration begins at 8 a.m., with the competition opening in a shotgun start at 9:30 a.m. The event is open to archers nine years and older.

Registration is $20 for adults (over 13) or $50 for a family of four (two adults, two youths). Youths ­9-13 years of age may enter for free. No range finders or binoculars will be permitted. Prizes and winners will be announced following the afternoon round, and prize donations are appreciated.

To reach Dorman Range, drive north from Qualicum Beach on Hwy. 19A, turn left on Baylis Road, then left on Dorman Road. The course is on the left.

E-mail arrowsmitharchers@shaw.ca for more information.

— Submitted by Arrowsmith Archers

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