To showcase their archery skills in a unique way, the Bowmen Club hosted a 3D archery shoot from Saturday to Sunday, July 26-27.
Over the two days, 79 shoots were held at the Warner Canyon Ski Hill, where two courses were set up. Archers rode the lift up and came down the opposite side to aim at a variety of 20 lion, bear, goat and other 3D animal-shaped targets.
Although scoring was an option, none of the archers opted to keep track of their points. Instead they shot more for fun of the sport and less for competition.
A registration fee was collected and the proceeds went towards maintaining the Lakeview archery range.
Non-archers were invited to ride the ski hill for $5 per person. The 15 who took up the offer said that it felt different by not having snow under them like they usually would.
A tri-tip dinner was available for archers and non-archers at $20 for adults and $10 for kids.
The club is planning on hosting other fundraising shoots later in the year beginning with the Thanksgiving Turkey Shoot, Money Dot Archery event and the Freeze Your Buns shoot in February.