Youth Arise & Centershot Family Fun - Ages 8 & Up

Free - Includes All Equipment!

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Youth Arise & Centershot Family Fun - Ages 8 & Up

Free - Includes All Equipment!

Youth Arise & Centershot in Hamilton Montana sponsored by Hart To Heart Ministries Youth Arise & Centershot Hart To Heart Ministries in Hamilton Montana

Youth Arise & Centershot

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Mark your calendar today! You family will learn how to shoot a bow and arrow for free! It is fun and challenging. You and your children will enjoy everything about it.

Ready, Aim, Release!
After a short training session, put Jesse’s tips to the test as you aim for the coveted bull's-eye.

In the Bedford Room at Hamilton City Hall, Jesse & Michelle teach children 7 years of age and up how to use a compound bow—then it's time for target practice!

Most of this two hour experience is dedicated to firing at archery targets. Each marksman receives personalized advice from Jesse & Michelle to help you hone your archery skills.

Everyone will have numerous opportunities to win prizes! We will end our time with a grand competition shoot off, for more fun prizes.

Before we dismiss, Jesse will give you a word of encouragement.

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Dates:

Saturday, May 27, 10-12pm - Hamilton City Hall
Saturday, June 24, 10-12pm - Barnabas
Saturday, July 29, 10-12 - Barnabas

Ages 10 & Up
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Barnabas Ministries
237 Fairgrounds Road

Hamilton, MT 59840

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Reasons To Teach Archery

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1. Valuable Skills –  sportsmanship, physical fitness, hunting, physics are just a few of the skills you learn. Equipment is set up for the ability of the child, so those just starting get equipment meant for a beginner, not having to jump right into what the more experienced child has. And to focus on our blog – preparedness skills – hunting and safety.

2. Leadership & Sportsmanship, you learn more than just a sport, but you learn sportsmanship & leadership skills.

3. A Sense of Accomplishment, so many kids don’t do well with team sports, but individual sports give them a place to shine. Being able to pull back the string and loose an arrow right into the target on one’s own gives a child a great sense of accomplishment at having done this thing themselves. As they progress in skill, this is skill that they did, not as a team, but as an individual. And with the availability of competitions around the country, those kids who love to compete have a chance to do that as well.

4. Centershot, makes it easy to be indoors or outdoors in a safe environment to practice and be taught. Centershot provides equipment, instructors, and contact with other kids who participate in the same sport.

5. It’s fun! Archery isn’t an aggressive sport, so it will appeal to those kids who aren’t so physical. It’s a relaxed sport, so there is little pressure for those not drawn to the nail biting of team sports. There are many avenues to enjoy this on it’s own or in competitions. You’re outdoors in nature enjoying an ancient shooting sport!

Follow the rules! Safety rules are of upmost important – while a fun sport, archery can be extremely dangerous, so please follow these safety rules:

  • Never point a knocked arrow at anyone  – keep pointed downrange at the target

  • Never walk with arrows pointing upwards – use two hands to carry them pointed down to the ground

  • Never retrieve your arrows until there is a cleared range – make sure everyone is done shooting and bows are put away – be aware of your surroundings!

Reasons To Teach Archery

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1. Valuable Skills –  sportsmanship, physical fitness, hunting, physics are just a few of the skills you learn. Equipment is set up for the ability of the child, so those just starting get equipment meant for a beginner, not having to jump right into what the more experienced child has. And to focus on our blog – preparedness skills – hunting and safety.

2. Leadership & Sportsmanship, you learn more than just a sport, but you learn sportsmanship & leadership skills.

3. A Sense of Accomplishment, so many kids don’t do well with team sports, but individual sports give them a place to shine. Being able to pull back the string and loose an arrow right into the target on one’s own gives a child a great sense of accomplishment at having done this thing themselves. As they progress in skill, this is skill that they did, not as a team, but as an individual. And with the availability of competitions around the country, those kids who love to compete have a chance to do that as well.

4. Centershot, makes it easy to be indoors or outdoors in a safe environment to practice and be taught. Centershot provides equipment, instructors, and contact with other kids who participate in the same sport.

5. It’s fun! Archery isn’t an aggressive sport, so it will appeal to those kids who aren’t so physical. It’s a relaxed sport, so there is little pressure for those not drawn to the nail biting of team sports. There are many avenues to enjoy this on it’s own or in competitions. You’re outdoors in nature enjoying an ancient shooting sport!

Follow the rules! Safety rules are of upmost important – while a fun sport, archery can be extremely dangerous, so please follow these safety rules:

  • Never point a knocked arrow at anyone  – keep pointed downrange at the target

  • Never walk with arrows pointing upwards – use two hands to carry them pointed down to the ground

  • Never retrieve your arrows until there is a cleared range – make sure everyone is done shooting and bows are put away – be aware of your surroundings!

Archery Safety Statistics

Injury rates per 1000 participants in youth sports from 2000 through 2004.

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Injury data for participants in youth sports in 2004.

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