Archers and Straight N Arrow North JOAD work hard on
behalf of the ASAA at BASF.
PFA volunteers refurbish each stand in
assembly line fashion.
Papago FITA Archers and PFA
JOAD members worked from dawn to dusk and rebuilt
ASAA target stands at BASF. The work party was led by
club president, Mike Cullumber and PFA JOAD Coach
Ed Votruba. The PFA members exceeded a dozen at
times during the day. The work included complete
disassembly/reassembly, repair, gluing, screwing and
sanding for painting.
SNANJ Volunteers prime before painting.
Say good-bye to teal and pink:
After the PFA work, Straight N Arrow North JOAD
and Straight N Arrow JOAD Phoenix took the stands
and began priming and painting at mid-day. The SNANJ
and SNAJ priming and painting effort is led by
Heather Collins Brunelle and with Valerie
Carlisle, are the 2007 Arizona JOAD
Co-coordinators. Like the PFA, SNA also had over a
The weather was cold breezy with temps
between 40 to 50 degrees F. PFA and SNANJ are planning
another weekend work party in a few weeks to finish up.
When the work is completed all 78 target stands will be
painted “Ben Avery Tan” and will be tournament ready.
Ten newly refurbished stands will be used at the State
Indoor Championship in Prescott at the end of the
The second DOS stand stair has been built
by Bob Pian.
Arizona State Archery Association funding
of the club's efforts will help each club with their own
projects. Please join the ASAA community in thanking
the PFA and SNANJ/SNAJ for their conscientious work