The William Tell Archery shoot was a huge success, with over 21 archers showing off their skills.  The archers’ ages ranged from five to 55 years old.

We want to give a big thank you to the businesses that helped make it all possible with their donations and support. Thank you Ryan and Alisha Hatch at Muley Crazy, Don Glover and Jim Anderson at Glazier’s Family Market, Terry and Lucy Griffiths at Terry’s Food and Drug. The turkeys, hams, and Muley Crazy hats and stickers were great prizes, and appreciated by all who received them.

Landon Cox was the first place winner in the Pee Wee division of the 3-D archery shoot. Conner Chamberlain won first place in the Youth division of the 3-D archery shoot. Blaine Harris was the Adult first place winner of the 3-D archery shoot. And the grand-prize winner of the William Tell Shoot was Kade Cox, who pierced the apple with an arrow at 70 yards from atop the Scarecrow’s head.

The William Tell Archery Shoot was a great success, and enjoyed by all who watched and those who participated.