This weekend will be a busy one for the range, so please note the following changes:
- The range will be closed for a private event starting from 1PM Friday, April 25th, to 8AM Sunday, April 27th
- The range will be open on Sunday, starting from 8AM, for our club shoot. As always, any member of the public will be welcome to visit the range during our club shoots.
We will also require volunteers to assist on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. You are not obligated to volunteer for all three days, or even for the entirety of one of the days. Volunteers will receive various benefits, such as a reduced membership fee, free pass to participate at one of the monthly club shoots, and will receive one of our new BFAC shirts!
If you are interested in volunteering, please let us know by reaching out to our membership director.
Thank you to all those who came out this past weekend for the Texas ASA qualifier, and a special thanks to all our volunteers who helped get everything prepared for the weekend.
The scores have been posted on the Texas ASA Federation website. We are proud to see that many of the BFAC members qualified this year, so please check for your scores and qualification on their website.
This weekend we’re putting on one of our biggest shoots of the year, the ASA state championship 3D qualifier, and we need some more volunteer help. Our club is entirely run by volunteers, and these big shoots are a significant source of income which is 100% put back into the club in the form of improvements, new foam, new targets, and so on. We can’t put on these type of events without more help. If you can help in one or more of the following time slots, please let me know:
- Friday, 5 PM: 3D course setup, mostly including target placement and ranging.
- Saturday, 7:30-10 AM: Help with shooter registration, course orientation, etc.
- Sunday, 7:3-10 AM: Help with shooter registration, course orientation, etc.
- Sunday, ~ 1 PM: course takedown.
If we can get half a dozen volunteers for each segment, we can run this shoot without putting a load on the usual volunteers. Please send us an email to let us know if you can make it out this weekend. If you help us you can shoot the club shoot, or the next shoot, for free. If you have already planned to help and haven’t let me know, please let us know!
If you have already responded with an offer to help, thank you so much! We truly couldn’t do it without you.
The BFAC Board
This weekend we have a big weekend of shoots planned. Saturday AND Sunday mornings we will have a Texas ASA State Qualifier shoot, with a shotgun start both mornings at 10 AM. Registration will open at 7:30 or 8 AM. If you want to shoot a club shoot, you can do that also. If you want to shoot for ASA and also do a club shoot, you must shoot for ASA on SATURDAY.
We will need 8-10 volunteers to help set the course Friday night, to help with the registration process Saturday and Sunday mornings, and to pick up the course Sunday afternoon. We will start to set up for the shoot Friday at 5 PM, and will pick up the course at about 1 PM on Sunday. PLEASE LET US KNOW IF YOU CAN HELP. Thanks!
Please also note: the range will be CLOSED Friday and Saturday afternoon. Thank you!
A long time friend of Buffalo Field, Donnie Hughes, has been diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer. Houston Archery Lessons and West Houston Archery has graciously organized a benefit fundraiser this Friday to support his treatment.
Time: Friday, April 11th from 7:30PM – 10:30PM
Location: HOUSTON ARCHERY, 19407 PARK ROW SUITE 180, HOUSTON , TX 77084
The event will consist of a lasagna dinner, bake sale, silent auction, and a competitive shoot (see attached PDF flyer for more details).
For more information, or to register for the shoot, please feel free to reach out to us or to the event organizers(INFO@HoustonArcheryLessons.com).
Hello BFAC members,
Thank you to all those who came out on Sunday for our second club shoot of the year! And a special thanks to all the volunteers who helped set up/take down the course as well.
Though the weather wasn’t the greatest on the day of the shoot, we still had a good turnout (and a great time!). Below are some pictures taken throughout the shoot:
Hello fellow archers!
The results from the March club shoot have been posted! Please find the results by following this link.
Our second club shoot of the year will take place this Sunday, March 16, at 9 AM. Registration will open at 8 AM. We will shoot three classes (Open, Hunter, and Beginner/Youth/Traditional), and will follow ASA scoring rules. Members will need to pay $10 to participate; nonmembers pay $15, and youth under 12 will pay a discounted rate.
Come on out, and bring your friends! BFAC is also hosting the ASA state championships later this summer, so now is a great time to come and see what the course is like.
As with all our events, the gates to the range will be open for the duration of the shoot, so any non-members interested in the club are welcome to check it out.
Finally, volunteers are also needed to help set up the course for the shoot and take it down after the shoot. Please note that VOLUNTEERS CAN SHOOT FOR FREE. We are looking for volunteers to:
- Arrive at the range at 7AM on the day of the shoot to assist with the set up of the course
- Help run the registration table during the morning
- And/or stay an extra hour afterwards to assist with the cleanup
There is no obligation to stay the entire day if you volunteer.
If you are interested in helping out, please send us an email by this Friday and let us know during what time you would be able to help out. Thank you!
Hello fellow archers!
The results from the previous Sunday’s club shoot have been posted! Please find the results by following this link.
Hello BFAC members,
Thank you to all those who came out on Sunday for our first club shoot of the year! A special thanks as well to all the volunteers who pitched in and helped set up/take down the course.
We had a record turnout for this one, and got lots of good feedback from those who attended. As always, we will continue to look to improve our club shoots and constantly strive to make it an enjoyable experience for everyone who comes out.
The scores for the shoot will be posted by the end of this week: keep an eye out on the website for the results. Below are some pictures taken throughout the shoot: