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Brainerd Archery Club indoor leagues location change, schedule listed

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Brainerd Archery Club 3D leagues and tournaments are scheduled starting in January at the Northern Pacific Center on 13th Street Southeast in Brainerd. This is a different location than prior years. 

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An open house will be from 6-8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 4.

Leagues will run Jan. 8 through March 29. Archers may shoot anytime between 6-8 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays and choose to be on a two-man team or shoot individually.

The first two weeks of leagues will be practice sessions, with league scoring starting Jan. 22. League archers will turn in one score card a week.

The Brainerd Archery Club will host three weekend 3D tournaments: Jan. 12-13, Feb. 16-17 and March 16-17 (8 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturdays, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Sundays). They will consist of 30 life-sized animal targets placed at unmarked yardages. No broadheads or rangefinders will be allowed.

For league play, the club is offering an unlimited 3D shooting pass (for members only) for $80. An additional fee of $30 per team will go toward first-, second- and third-place team trophies.

Archers of all abilities are welcome and need not be a member of the archery club to participate. However, club members get reduced shooting fees, free use of the outdoor range (except during scheduled tournaments), voting privileges, a quarterly newsletter about club activities and membership in the Minnesota State Archery Association.

Membership fee is $40 for a family, $30 for individuals and $20 for juniors (under 14). Archery club members are charged $8 for 3D shoots (30 targets); non-members pay $10.

For more information on the BAC or any of these events, call 218-838-8713 or 320-232-0267 or email brainerdarcheryclub@gmail.com.

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