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Archery in the Schools on target
The National Archery in the Schools Program has reached out to more than three million students since its inception in 2002. Here, students line up to try their hand at hitting a bulls-eye.
MADISON - Why would officials from the National Archery in the Schools Program look to Wisconsin to increase the number of kids involved? It's all about hunting traditions, according to NASP National Director Roy Grimes, who led the discussion at a workshop hosted by the Department of Natural Resources Bureau of Wildlife Management recently in Madison. "When we decided to expand the program, Wisconsin was a natural choice based on the strong outdoor heritage that exists here," Grimes said.