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07.18.2017 | Categories: News, Press Releases
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Lancaster Archery Academy August-September Newsletter

The crazy, hazy days of summer are upon us. At Lancaster Archery Academy, that just means more daylight hours for shooting bows! We’ve got a whole slate of classes coming up in the next two months, which you won’t want to miss out on. And, since we all know it’s never too late to start […]

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06.14.2017 | Categories: News, Press Releases
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Dick Tone leads elite recurve training camp at Lancaster Archery Academy

The Tokyo 2020 Olympics might be three years away, but the Olympic spirit was alive and strong at Lancaster Archery Academy June 9-11. About three dozen archers, coaches and parents immersed themselves in all things Olympic recurve archery over those three days under the tutelage of former Olympic coach Dick Tone, Olympic gold medal winners […]

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05.02.2017 | Categories: News, Press Releases
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Find a Career as an Archery TechXpert

Did you ever dream of turning your passion for archery into a career? Of working for a company where everyone shares your love of archery? Heck, of working for a company that has an archery range where you are encouraged to spend some or all of your break time? Lancaster Archery Supply, the world’s largest […]

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04.27.2017 | Categories: News, Press Releases
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Lancaster Archery Academy May-June Newsletter

Summer is so close, we can almost smell it. Or, maybe that’s just the smell of fresh cut grass. Whatever it is, the weather is perfect for shooting a bow and arrow. When the sun is shining – head outside. If it’s raining – shoot indoors. There are plenty of archery activities planned at the […]

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03.22.2017 | Categories: News, Press Releases
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Lancaster Archery Academy April-May Newsletter

Winter hit us kind of late here in Lancaster, Pa., but it is officially Spring! The changing of the season has us fired up to be able to shoot both indoors and out. If you’re interested in taking a class to learn archery, or you want the kids to experience a summer archery camp, we’ve […]

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03.08.2017 | Categories: News, Press Releases
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Lancaster Archery Academy March-April Newsletter

It has felt like spring for quite a while this year, but the official first day of the season is March 20. Spring is an iffy season in Lancaster County. It can be sunny and 60 degrees, or it can be snowing and 30 degrees. Regardless of the weather outside, we’ve got plenty of archery […]

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12.26.2016 | Categories: News, Press Releases
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Lancaster Archery Academy January Newsletter

Game on, archers. It’s winter, and that means it’s indoor season. What better way to beat the cold and the snow than by slinging arrows at some three-spot targets. Or, how about fulfilling a dream by chasing some exotic animals on a video hunt? We’ve got the recipe to cure your winter-time blues. Here’s what’s […]

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11.02.2016 | Categories: News, Press Releases, Uncategorized
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Lancaster Archery Academy November Newsletter

Can you smell that Thanksgiving turkey yet? Have you noticed Christmas decorations starting to pop up at the mall? Are you calling in sick, just so you can spend the day in a tree stand chasing rutting whitetails? (Nah! Who does that?) It must be November. Unofficially, November is the kick-off month to indoor archery […]

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10.14.2016 | Categories: News, Press Releases
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Alex Wifler Hangs Out with Lancaster Archery Academy JOAD

Pro archer Alex Wifler, who was the 2016 Lancaster Archery Classic Men’s Open Pro champion and the 2015 Vegas Shoot winner, spent the evening of Oct. 13 hanging with members of the Lancaster Archery Academy JOAD club. Also joining in on the fun were Alex’s parents, Chris and Tim Wifler, who are the owners of […]

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09.08.2016 | Categories: News, Press Releases
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Lancaster Archery Academy September Newsletter

The days are definitely shorter now, and some mornings are feeling a bit nippy. Bowhunters are starting to hit the woods, mountains and prairies across North America, launching a trend that is only going to increase over the coming weeks. Despite the changing of the seasons and the start of the school year, the Academy […]

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