During our COVID-19 delayed Session #4, we held our annual candle event on October 28-29. The archer must shoot out the flame without touching the arrow. It takes quite a lot of skill and calmness.
This year’s Master is Cadet Compound archer Quintin Fawcett who shot THREE candles successfully. Congratulations, Quintin! You are the youngest archer to take out 3 in one class!
Then we had quite the family feud in our Thursday night 7pm classes: all 3 parents shot out at least 1 candle flame (Connie Siedule shot out 2 of them), but none of the children in the families was able to do so. Of course the parents did not rub in that fact …
We had a large number of people shoot their first candle flames ever. So, with them plus repeat successful archers, big congratulations to: Serenity Last (her dad failed to put one out), Georgia Stanley, Stella Fawcett, Oz Alves, Eden Baker, William Baker and Pam LeClair.
Our annual event is the distraction night activity built into advanced group lessons. Other distraction night events include team rounds, shutting out sounds around you, and field archery. For more information on advanced classes, please contact Kathleen Millar.