NASP Archery Fueled by Volunteers at the Indiana State Fair

NASP archery made its debut at the Indiana State Fair in the Outdoor Education Booth in the DNR building. Roughly 9,000 people shot in the booth, with approximately 30,000 arrows being shot. All of this does not happen without the coordinated effort of several groups of people.

A special THANK YOU to IHEA President Bill Jennings and Robby and Robyn Woodruff. They have put in a tremendous amount of hours in the Outdoor Education booth.

We would also like to send a big thank you out to IHEA Vice President Ray Rausch, IHEA Board Member Barbara Trenary, Retired Conservation Officer Brian Hultquist, volunteer Tammy Wise, volunteer Teresa Scott, volunteer Mike Sebring and volunteers Kevin, Bre, Bailey, Austin and Dennis who all volunteered their time to help make the booth a success.

Another big thank you to the NASP schools who came in and donated entire days to run the range and allow thousands of Hoosiers to experience archery, many for their first time.

And last, but certainly not least, thank you to the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, Law Enforcement Division for believing so strongly in the program. The many Conservation Officers who made the booth a part of their day have made a very positive impact on the citizens they serve.

Together we make an amazing team whose goal is to Pass It On!!!!