Basic Traditional Archery Level 2 – Lesson Plan 4

All lesson plans are outlines for the class in question, they will be adapted for the ability and desires of the student. Students are responsible for practicing what they learned after the class is over and throughout the week.

Lesson Four:

  1. 10 to 15 minutes: Warm up the hands, wrists, arms, shoulders, back and body. Simple movements to get ready to shoot.
  2. The student will walk and shoot stationary targets.

Archery is a workout. It involves repetitive motion and includes the pulling of bow multiple times, even a 22# draw weight can become heavy. Students will also walk between 10 and 15 yards to retrieve their arrows after shooting three. Dress in comfortable clothes that fit well.

Arm guards and gloves are available for use should the student need them. Getting an archer’s tattoo, when the string hits the elbow or forearm and leaves a red mark or bruise, or blisters is no fun and may hamper future shooting possibilities. Please be aware of your body and your limitations.

If you aren’t feeling well, please stay home. We can provide you with a make-up class, or classes, at some point in the future when you are healthy. Your health is more important than making it to archery class. Just call us and let us know that you won’t make it in. Thank you.

Lincoln City Archery to Donate Half of All Range Fees for Stuff-a-Bus

For Immediate Release

Media Contact: Shad Engkilterra

                                503-409-8037

                                Shadexaminer@gmail.com

Lincoln City Archery Press Release

Lincoln City, OR (August 17, 2021) – On Wednesday, Sep. 8, 2021, Lincoln City Archery will donate half of all range fees collected during the day to the Lincoln City Outlets and Business for Excellence in Youth’s Stuff-a-Bus efforts.

Lanes can be reserved online at www.lincolncityarchery.com, and fees include instruction and equipment. To get the most out of the range, Lincoln City Archery is requesting people keep their reservations to 15 minutes per person per lane. Walk-ins will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.

“Archers of all experience levels are invited to help us bolster our efforts to improve the school experience for those in our community,” said Lincoln City Archery Co-Owner Shad Engkilterra.

Between August 15 and August 31, guests at the Outlets are able to purchase items that will go to local students of all ages to help them have a more successful school year. Donations, including checks, will be given to Business For Excellence In Youth, a 501(C)3 non-profit. 

“We wanted to give our archery friends and family an opportunity to provide just a little extra push for Business for Excellence in Youth and Stuff-a-Bus,” said Engkilterra. “Shooting with us on Sept. 8 will help students get on target in the new school year.”

“We have been tirelessly working to add new stores and activities to our shopping center.  We  invite our community and visitors to support Stuff-a-Bus fundraising efforts through Lincoln City Archery’s donation day,” said Sharyn Jasmer, General Manager of Lincoln City Outlets.  “It’s sure to be a fun way to test your skills and support Lincoln City students at the same time.”

This is the 23rd anniversary of Stuff-a-Bus, and Lincoln City Archery’s first year to participate.

Basic Traditional Archery Level 2 – Lesson Plan 3

All lesson plans are outlines for the class in question, they will be adapted for the ability and desires of the student. Students are responsible for practicing what they learned after the class is over and throughout the week.

Lesson Three:

  1. 10 to 15 minutes: Warm up the hands, wrists, arms, shoulders, back and body. Simple movements to get ready to shoot.
  2. Practice focus and concentration using a hanging tennis ball. When the tennis ball is hit, it will move.
  3. Shoot the moving target.

Archery is a workout. It involves repetitive motion and includes the pulling of bow multiple times, even a 22# draw weight can become heavy. Students will also walk between 10 and 15 yards to retrieve their arrows after shooting three. Dress in comfortable clothes that fit well.

Arm guards and gloves are available for use should the student need them. Getting an archer’s tattoo, when the string hits the elbow or forearm and leaves a red mark or bruise, or blisters is no fun and may hamper future shooting possibilities. Please be aware of your body and your limitations.

If you aren’t feeling well, please stay home. We can provide you with a make-up class, or classes, at some point in the future when you are healthy. Your health is more important than making it to archery class. Just call us and let us know that you won’t make it in. Thank you.

Basic Traditional Archery Level 2 – Lesson Plan 2

All lesson plans are outlines for the class in question, they will be adapted for the ability and desires of the student. Students are responsible for practicing what they learned after the class is over and throughout the week.

Lesson Two: The Parting Shot

  1. 10 to 15 minutes: Warm up the hands, wrists, arms, shoulders, back and body. Simple movements to get ready to shoot.
  2. Learn the techniques for “the parting shot.”
  3. Use the parting shot to shoot from behind a barrier.

Archery is a workout. It involves repetitive motion and includes the pulling of bow multiple times, even a 22# draw weight can become heavy. Students will also walk between 10 and 15 yards to retrieve their arrows after shooting three. Dress in comfortable clothes that fit well.

Arm guards and gloves are available for use should the student need them. Getting an archer’s tattoo, when the string hits the elbow or forearm and leaves a red mark or bruise, or blisters is no fun and may hamper future shooting possibilities. Please be aware of your body and your limitations.

If you aren’t feeling well, please stay home. We can provide you with a make-up class, or classes, at some point in the future when you are healthy. Your health is more important than making it to archery class. Just call us and let us know that you won’t make it in. Thank you.

Basic Traditional Archery Level 2 – Lesson Plan 1

All lesson plans are outlines for the class in question, they will be adapted for the ability and desires of the student. Students are responsible for practicing what they learned after the class is over and throughout the week.

Lesson One: Review and Practice

  1. 10 to 15 minutes: Warm up the hands, wrists, arms, shoulders, back and body. Simple movements to get ready to shoot.
  2. Shoot both hands, use different stances, blind nock, work on focus and concentration, and shoot different distances.

Archery is a workout. It involves repetitive motion and includes the pulling of bow multiple times, even a 22# draw weight can become heavy. Students will also walk between 10 and 15 yards to retrieve their arrows after shooting three. Dress in comfortable clothes that fit well.

Arm guards and gloves are available for use should the student need them. Getting an archer’s tattoo, when the string hits the elbow or forearm and leaves a red mark or bruise, or blisters is no fun and may hamper future shooting possibilities. Please be aware of your body and your limitations.

If you aren’t feeling well, please stay home. We can provide you with a make-up class, or classes, at some point in the future when you are healthy. Your health is more important than making it to archery class. Just call us and let us know that you won’t make it in. Thank you.