WEEKDAYS 1:00 pm till 9:00 pm (closed Tuesdays)
SATURDAYS 9:00 am till 4:00 pm (closed Sundays)
We accept VISA, MasterCard, debit cards/Interact, cash and cheques.
We no longer accept post-dated cheques.
2015 Outdoor Tournaments – spots still available as of 2015-06-17
OUTDOOR TOURNAMENT SEASON SCHEDULE:
Pre-registration is compulsory due to our limited facility capacity. The following events will be updated regularly. The following totals are based on 2 lines of archers.
July 15 CDN900 round: 13 spots available
2015 tournament fees per day: all seniors $20.00; all cadets & juniors $15.00
The following totals are based on 2 lines of archers. We may be opening up more targets for compound archers at 50m.
July 18 WA720 morning line: 6 senior recurve, 4 cadet/master recurve, 2 compound
July 18 WA720 afternoon line: 7 senior recurve, 4 cadet/master recurve, 2 compound
July 19 WA720 morning line: 7 senior recurve, 3 cadet/master recurve, 1 compound
July 19 WA720 afternoon line: 8 senior recurve, 3 cadet/master recurve, 1 compound
Telephone functioning for today
Please note that Bell Canada has figured out that they cut the old underground cable in the act of installing a new cable to a phone line we do not use. We now have a functioning phone. We apologise for the inconvenience, AGAIN.
Hopefully, it will still work the next time it rains!
Private Lesson fee increases as of August 01, 2015
Please note that effective August 01, 2015 South Nation Archery will be increasing all private lesson fees by $5/hour + HST.
Even with this increase, South Nation Archery provides the best value in knowledge and service.
In order to book you private lesson, please contact Kathy or Larry via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Crystal Foster – 2015 recipient – Most Improved Archer Award
On Wednesday, May 27th, during awards celebration night #1, South Nation Archery Club executives Kathy Millar and Larry E. Smith presented a very special award to a very deserving individual. The SNAC Most Improved Archer Award is not given out annually; it is awarded only when a member meets the criteria.
This year, SNAC is pleased to award CRYSTAL FOSTER with this trophy. Not only did Crystal meet all the criteria, but she trained and excelled while working over 60 hours per week at Mr. Mozzarella in Kemptville. In the senior recurve division, she participated in advanced classes, house leagues (gold), Ontario mailmatches (gold), National mailmatches (gold), OAA 10-ring indoor championship (7th), OAA/IFAA championship (5th), national championship (11th) and the Multi-site Indoor Championship of the Americas (MICA).
Crystal has been dedicated to her weight-training programme over the past 12 months, no easy feat due to non-archery related sports injuries. She exhibited also the criteria for this award:
- Dedication to training
- Listening and coachability
- Score improvement
- Learning Mental Toughness
- Courtesy to all archers
Wednesday night celebrations 2015
We had a terrific turn-out for our awards celebration day #1. The 3 advanced youth classes enjoyed cake and ice cream, medals and certificates, and 3 hours of coaching. Alexandra and James Paquette came all the way from Gatineau, QC to join us! Photos will follow.
Celebration #2 is tonight, May 28th. Our final celebration will be held on Saturday, May 30th during normal business hours.
If you participated in our leagues, mailmatches or tournaments, please drop by for cake and ice cream.
TIME TO CELEBRATE!!! 2015 Indoor Season Awards Week
To everyone who participated in our leagues, mailmatches and tournaments over the winter months, we will be celebrating your accomplishments during the last night of classes on Wednesday, May 27 and Thursday, May 28 at 7pm each night.
This year, we will present our Most Improved Archer Award as well. It is presented to the archer who displays the following qualities:
||DEDICATION TO TRAINING
||LISTENING & COACHABILITY
||LEARNING MENTAL TOUGHNESS
||COURTESY TO ALL ARCHERS
We will have cake, coffee and juices, a brief presentation and photo session.
If you can not join us on those nights, please drop by our shop on Saturday, May 30th during normal business hours.
Graduating students from our OFSSA programme
Every year it’s great to take all the high-school-aged archers down to the annual tournament, but there’s always a sad part to the trip. Every year, we have to say good-bye to some of our competitors and hope that they stay with the sport as they move on to work and/or higher education.
This year, we say good-bye, but hopefully not farewell to:
Hannah Robinson (NDDHS)
Patrick Jaquemet (NDDHS)
Jay Simzer (Seaway Valley DHS) and
Mackenzie Gifford (NGDHS)
Good luck to each of you!
OFSSA Archery 2015 – great SNAC performances
For almost 30 years, Ontario High School students come together in Toronto to compete indoors and for most of those years, SNAC archers have been there.
This year, we had a terrific group of students who shot very well! All archers shot either their averages, personal bests and/or better than last year. Congratulations to everyone! Area archers came back with 2 6th-place medals: McKenzie Gifford (CPD UNL) and Patrick Jaquemet (OLY).
Schools represented this year were: North Dundas DHS, North Grenville DHS, Osgoode THS, Leahurst College, St. Mark’s, St. Michael’s HS, John McCrae SS and Thousand Islands SS.
Special thanks goes to our parent volunteers who helped Kathy get everyone down and back: Kelly Robinson, Erika Hockey and Ted Broadhurst.
Quest Bows for 2015 now in stock
Our first shipment of Quest bows has arrived for 2015. The Forge is a great bow, replacing the Torrent. The versatile, light-weight Storm replaces the Bliss. And new for 2015 is the Radical in purple!
Drop by our store to see the new products.
2015 MICA results at SNAC
Every year, South Nation Archery Club (SNAC) hosts the Multi-site Indoor Championship of the Americas (MICA). Though this is not automatically a registered event, SNAC does register the site for an internationally-sanctioned 18M tournament.
The results listed in the link below reflect only those scores shot at SNAC. Sites all over the Americas can run the event between January 01 and April 30 annually.
International results are usually available starting early in May on COPARCO’s website. Canadian results will be listed by Lynne Durward as soon as the last Canadian host site runs the event. See Archery Canada’s website for national results.
Congratulations to all those archers who participated in the individual and team events. It was great fun!