NORFOLK – Following a busy indoor and outdoor season, the final 2021 Norfolk Archery Club Shoot will close out with the Whitetails 3D Tournament this weekend.
According to a release from the Norfolk Archery Club, the tournament will be held on both Saturday and Sunday, August 28 – 29. Registration times will be from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. as NFAA rules will be followed. Concessions will also be available and open to the public.
The club’s outdoor range is located south of Norfolk on US Highway 81; turn west at North Airport Road (Coca-Cola building), go ¼ mile, then turn south at the Norfolk Archery Club sign (west side of National Guard Armory) and follow the trail.
Cost for adults and young adults is $15; youth and cubs are $8 while a family of three or more is $35.
The Whitetails 3D shoot is also part of the Elkhorn River Rivalry which is being sponsored by Whitetails Unlimited, Antelope Shooters and the Norfolk Archery Club. A $5 additional entry fee will be added per shoot. For those who shoot at least two 3D shoots at each club, you’ll be entered into the prize drawing for a Mathews hunting bow and a youth bow. Also, awards for the overall score of the four shoots being adult male, adult female, kids male and kids female will be awarded.
For more information about the club or about the tournament, call Jason Mock at 402-750-4652 or Steve Wieneke at 402-649-4578. Those interested can also contact the Norfolk Archery Club through their Facebook page or visit www.norfolkarcheryclub.org.
The group is also looking for volunteers to help with the final tournament by contacting Steve.