Genesis Bow Fun Shoot & Chili Dinner Fundraiser
Saturday, March 16 – Starts at 4 PM
Genesis Bow Shoot
This is meant to be a fun evening. We will be shooting the clubs genesis bows at bulls-eye targets from 10 yards. You can use your own arrows or use the clubs. We will have trophies to pass out to the winners. The cost is $8.00 for members and $10.00 for nonmembers to shoot. Member’s kids will be $4.00 and non member’s kids will be $5.00.
Once again, this is meant to be a fundraiser. We will have a number of chili’s to enjoy. There is a minimum cost of $5.00 for a bowl or $10.00 for all-you-can-eat. We will happily accept extra donations if you really like it! Let me know if you make a real good chili and you want to donate for this event.
We need to know in advance how many people are coming so we have enough trophies and enough chili. Please sign up in the hall by the restroom and let us know how many are coming.
Mike Alexander 224-423-2837 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Ladies and Gents,
Our first work day of the year went really well, we had several come out to help. I appreciate those who came and put forth effort to help out the club!
While we accomplished a lot, there are still several potentially hazardous trees that need to be cut and moved on the property to keep everyone safe while shooting at F.B.
The plan is to meet at Flint Bowman on Saturday March 23rd at 9:00 AM. If you have your own equipment (Example: Chainsaw, other items) feel free to bring it!
Lunch will be provided at noon!!
NOTE: Free hardwood available to members cut on planned work days.
Joel Keeler, F.B Work Coordinator (810)247-0386
Big congratulations go out to all of the Flint Bowmen members who participated in the Meijer State Games this past weekend. Here is a list of who we know –
Brenden Tallmadge – Gold
Kaylen Tallmadge – Gold
Everett Starr – Gold
Rocky Cummings – Gold
Rocky Cummings Jr. – Gold
Allison Prentice – Gold
Emerson Starr – Silver
Urs Geiger – Silver
Kyle Barr – Bronze
Hello Flint Bowmen Members!!
Just like anything else you’d like to keep nice, there is some work involved in keeping it maintained.
We are having a tree cutting contest.…. just kidding!!!
It is more just cutting down, or soon to be down trees on the F.B. property to keep trails/ranges safe.
Anyone willing to come out, your help would be very much appreciated! We will meet at the club on Saturday Feb. 23rd at 900 AM.
If you have your own equipment (i.e. Chainsaw, or other equipment) feel free to bring it.
Lunch provided at noon!!
NOTE: Free hardwood available to members from wood cut on planned work days! Joel Keeler, F.B Work Coordinator (810) 247-0386