Young Archers Hit Bull's Eye With Focus, Self-Confidence

Thursday, February 8, 2018

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Photo by Sally Carroll Lillian Heithaus pulls her arrows out of the target at the end of practice. Students in grades five through eight meet after school at White Rock Elementary School twice a week to learn more about proper form and how to sharpen their shooting abilities in the White Rock Archery program.
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Photo by Sally Carroll Lillian Heithaus pulls her arrows out of the target at the end of practice. Students in grades five through eight meet after school at White Rock Elementary School twice a week to learn more about proper form and how to sharpen their shooting abilities in the White Rock Archery program.

Sometimes, thirteen-year-old Melysia McCrory pretends to be Katniss Everdeen when she practices shooting her bow.


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