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Stop press

Details:

Title

Stop press

Creator

Coomalie Community Government Council

Collection

Stop press; Stop press; E-Journals; PublicationNT

Date

2010-09-28

Notes

Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).; This publication contains many links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.

Language

English

Subject

Coomalie (N.T.). Council; Decision making; Coomalie Region (N.T.); Politics and government; Periodicals

Publisher name

Commalie Community Government Council

Place of publication

Batchelor

Volume

28th September 2010 Edition

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright

Copyright owner

Coomalie Community Government Council.

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2019C00042

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/227430

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/675619

Page content

PAGE 12 PRESS 28TH SEPTEMBER 2010 Get Stop Press in full colour online from the NEWS tab at www.coomalie.nt.gov.au or get on the mailing list email danni@coomalie.nt.gov.au and ask to be included. Budding Bowyers at Batchelor A keen group of budding archers lined up on the Archery range at the Batchelor Outdoor Education Centre for the first Come and Try day held on Saturday 18th September. The day was organised by Archery Northern Territory, Coomalie Group (ANT, CG) to give locals the opportunity to try the exciting sport of target archery. This is the style of Archery included in the Commonwealth and Olympic Games. Instructional talks on range safety, equipment and techniques led the way for archers to progress into the hands on practical activities with coaching from the ANT, CG and Hayden, trainee instructor with the Batchelor Outdoor Education Centre. All participants were supplied with Come and Try books generously provided by Archery Australia, who are the national organisation for this format of archery. In all, 15 enthusiastic archers, ranging from 6 years old to 60+ years young participated. Participants ranged from those that had always wanted to have a go to those who were reacquainting themselves with skills obtained in years gone by. By the end of the two hour session the level of competency gained had the archers consistently hitting the mark. This event is hoped to be a prelude to the formation of a regional club in our area. Coomalie Community Government Council has been very supportive of this endeavour and has offered the group the use of the Batchelor Oval to hold regular activities on, in the near future. This very successful day was made possible through the support offered from Batchelor Outdoor Education Centre who made their facilities available for the event, Archery Australia for the educational material and national support provided and Coomalie Community Government Council for supporting activities within the Coomalie Region. Last but certainly not least, thanks to the volunteers who gave up their time to organise this event, Hailey Francis ANT, CG, Cody Muirhead ANT, CG, and Hayden from the Batchelor Outdoor Education Centre, these people proved to be fantastic range officers and coaches. Thank you all. Watch your local notice board for the next meet or email archerynt@hotmail.com or phone Russell Muirhead ANT, CG 0417869140 mailto:archerynt@hotmail.com


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