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Published in the Argus Observer January 14, 2015.
In the well-known fairy tale, accomplished archer, Robin Hood, uses his bow to win the competition and the heart of his beloved princess. In the real world, archers from all around the Western Treasure Valley have the opportunity to showcase their own skills at the Indianhead Bowhunters Archery Range in Weiser, and perhaps make a few friends along the way.
Indianhead Bowhunters is a 60-year-old hunting club with 120 members that hosts tournaments year-round for adults and kids alike, as well as educational classes for those who would like to master the skill of archery.
“Everybody here typically hunts,” said outgoing club president, Craig Doan, “We have people coming to the range from Cambridge all the way to Vale.”