01/10 Junior Olympic Archery Development (JOAD)

Junior Olympic Archery Development (JOAD) Club for Homeschool
This is the next step for youth archers who are experienced shooters and serious about taking their archery to the next level. JOAD is a developmental program offered by Chesterfield County Parks and Recreation that uses the USA Archery curriculum. This program is for ages 8-20. To be eligible to join the JOAD program, members must own their own bow, have completed at least two seasons of the Chesterfield Star Shooters Youth Archery program and be able to shoot a score of 55 points or higher in that class (Exceptions can be made those with substantial archery experience outside of the Star Shooters program, i.e. NASP, etc.) JOAD registration cost includes star pins earned and lanyard to hold them. Additional membership in USA Archery (www.usaarchery.org) is highly recommended and required to compete in most tournaments, but not required to initially participate in the JOAD program. For registration information or information on the Golden Arrow Archers JOAD club, contact Rockwood Nature Center.

INDOOR: Crestwood Elementary, 7600 Whittington Drive
Wednesdays, Jan. 10-March 14
5:30-7:30 p.m.    $100       Course 33098

OUTDOOR: The Pit at the Chesterfield Technical Center, 13900 Hull Street Road
Wednesdays, April 11-June 6
1-2:30 p.m.         $90          Course 33012
5:30-7 p.m.         $90          Course 33017

Details: Lisa Trapp, trappl@chesterfield.gov or 804-745-8360

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