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Old 03-17-2014, 12:25 PM
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People, are why we all do things like this weekend shoot. Friends, families, fun, good food, fellowship, competition, successes, learning, new bonds,
new friendships, support, enjoying the world God gives us, are just a few more of the reasons.

Thanks to everyone who attended, and to all who did what we needed to do to make this thing happen. A labor of love it is.

The support our little club has received over the last few years has allowed us to assemble all of the good quality targets we use; plus we own each and every one of them.
A big thanks to everyone for this also.

How can it be put much better than Michelle said in another thread: “I love all of you; you are the family I choose”.

A great weekend and shining moment for our little Club, Traditional Archery, Families, Friends, and many of the good things in this world.

Pictures following are courtesy of Rachael Cook, Leanne Defoor, and me; I hope you enjoy them.

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Junior: 7 to 11
1st Kyle Cockrell
2nd Katelyn Defoor
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Youth: 12 - 15
1st: Dustin Fountain
2nd: Gerad Pearson (aka Tradhunter)
3rd: Trey Cockrell
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Youth Medals
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Brandon Mitchell
Ethan Cook
Trey Brown (behind)
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Women's Longbow
1st: Michelle Cook
2nd: Rachel Cook
3rd: Chrishana Cross
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Senior
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2nd: Jimmy Bell
3rd: Dee Stevens
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Primitive
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2nd: Robert Foster
3rd:Allen Rosen
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Men's Longbow
1st: Paul DeFoor
2nd: Ronnie Cross
3rd: DD Quillian
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Men's Recurve
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2nd: (i have to check the spelling of this gentleman's name)
3rd: Big Jim Babcock
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2014 Coon Shoot Champion and Flat Out Winner of a $160.00 pile of cold, hard cash:
Dustin Fountain
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Great job on the pictures!!!!
I still say I can braid that head of hair Barry!!!!
Congrates to all the winners!!!!!
The place and facilities looked fantastic!!! And I gotta say, I loved the rain pictures so much!!!! I felt the rain just looking at them!!! And you'll never see trad folks with umbrellas otherwise!!!!
Big Jim looked a bit scary in his picture!!!!

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Great job on the pictures!!!!
I still say I can braid that head of hair Barry!!!!
Congrates to all the winners!!!!!
The place and facilities looked fantastic!!! And I gotta say, I loved the rain pictures so much!!!! I felt the rain just looking at them!!! And you'll never see trad folks with umbrellas otherwise!!!!
Big Jim looked a bit scary in his picture!!!!

Thank you lady. Those in the wet pictures were taken with your new camera.
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Man oh man, I sure hate I missed this one but enjoy each and everyone of the pic's from it! A lot of big grins and smiles under wet heads. All I could think about for three days were what was happening there. From a few of the photo's I can tell a couple of guys moved in on my huuggin' the ladies rights. That's OK though, glad someone was there to do it for me.

Thanks to all you shutter bugs that took photo's!!!!
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You were missed Al Chapman. I cannot believe that you, and Tomi, were NOT there.
I reckon we will have to make up for it on July 4.


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Man oh man, I sure hate I missed this one but enjoy each and everyone of the pic's from it! A lot of big grins and smiles under wet heads. All I could think about for three days were what was happening there. From a few of the photo's I can tell a couple of guys moved in on my huuggin' the ladies rights. That's OK though, glad someone was there to do it for me.

Thanks to all you shutter bugs that took photo's!!!!
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That sure looked like a great time. Sad we missed it.
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Great job on the pictures!!!!
I still say I can braid that head of hair Barry!!!!
Congrates to all the winners!!!!!
The place and facilities looked fantastic!!! And I gotta say, I loved the rain pictures so much!!!! I felt the rain just looking at them!!! And you'll never see trad folks with umbrellas otherwise!!!!
Big Jim looked a bit scary in his picture!!!!

Nope Miss Tomi...you ain't plaitin' my hair.

The day I had, over there, was real good. Just wish I could say the same for my shooting. But hey, being amongst a group of good folks is what it's all about for me anyway. Thank's to all that worked so hard and gave of their time to make it happen.
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Preciate the chance to meet you folks, the company was great and so was the groceries.
Wayne and Betty
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Nope Miss Tomi...you ain't plaitin' my hair.

The day I had, over there, was real good. Just wish I could say the same for my shooting. But hey, being amongst a group of good folks is what it's all about for me anyway. Thank's to all that worked so hard and gave of their time to make it happen.
Still looking for a good Cuban barber. I'll let you know when I find one.
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Preciate the chance to meet you folks, the company was great and so was the groceries.
Wayne and Betty
Enjoyed meeting y'all. Thanks for coming.
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This was my first tbg shoot. This was alsom the first shoot ever for my this boys. They are 10 and 13. We all had a ball! We will be going more shoots. Thank you to everyone that worked to make it happen.
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This was my first tbg shoot. This was alsom the first shoot ever for my this boys. They are 10 and 13. We all had a ball! We will be going more shoots. Thank you to everyone that worked to make it happen.
We are glad you all made it, and had fun! This is exactly why we have these shoots.
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Looks like a lot of good family fun. Thanks for sharing
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