Club targets go 3D
TARGET practice will take on a new meaning for the North Burnett Field Archers.
The club has acquired lifesize 3D targets of five boar, three deer, two goats, a dingo, a cat, a fox and a rabbit.
The 3D targets were obtained through a QGC community grant of about $2800.
The club also raised $230 towards the new targets, through a barbecue for Cycle Queensland riders in September.
Pauleen Dakin said the new targets would be “fantastic” for the club.
“They will be something diffe- rent for the people to shoot at,” she said.
“It’s great for the juniors and the seniors.”
The archery club is looking for new members and will host a come and try day and sausage sizzle to unveil the 3D targets on January 20.
“It’s great for self-esteem – if you can hit a target, it feels pretty good,” Dakin said.
“We have a fantastic group of kids.
“It’s for all ages and all abilities.”
The club is at theGayndah Pistol Range. For more details about joining the club email firstname.lastname@example.org.
TARGET PRACTICE: North Burnett Field Archers have new 3D targets, thanks to a QGC community grant.