Kingston Archery Club

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Contact Information
Primary Contact Sue Bazely, Secretary
Alternate Contact Steve Donaldson, Treasurer
Primary Executive Ralph Kennedy, President
Alternate Executive Sue Richardson, Vice-President
Address & Map
Kingston, ON
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Mailing Address PO Box 35032 
Kingston Centre 
1092 Princess St 
Kingston, ON K7K 1N3
Physical Access Not Applicable
Description & Services
Description (Service) Archery club * quarterly lessons * lessons are mixed ages * adult and junior memberships available for access to indoor and outdoor ranges 
Range practice outdoors on the grounds of Fairmount Home on Montreal Street from May to September and indoors from October to April * generally, there are two summer tournaments listed with the Ontario Association of Archers (OAA) and one indoor tournament in late winter, * winter location at St. Luke's Church, Nelson St
Hours Irregular, see website for details.
Areas Served Kingston - and surrounding areas
Eligibility Ages: 8 year(s) and up 
Individuals 8 years and older * children must be accompanied by an adult
Application Registration forms available on website or at range practice sessions.
Languages English ; French - many members are bilingual
Fees Membership ; Method(s) of Payment Accepted - cash, cheque, credit card via paypal on website
Other Details
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Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established 1980
Funding Fees
Date Updated 23 May 2018
Service Categories Archery

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