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Archery

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Fall 2009
ME 98/198
2 Unit(s)

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About the Course:

Offered through the Cal Archery Club, this course provides a fun and challenging experience.  As part of our Team Development Plan, the class takes you from basic technique to competitive shooting with fun discussions and games too! 

A majority of the time is spent at our archery field (the Golden Bear Softball Field at Clark Kerr) with several classroom sessions interspersed.  

Fellow students and archers who have taken the course and demonstrated thorough understanding of the material are also entitled to becoming future instructors and facilitators for the course. 

Location:  Golden Bear Softball Field.  Located right next to Clark Kerr just walk up Dwight Way.  As you head up the hill, Clark Kerr will pass on the right.  Just before the field (also on the right) stairs will lead down to a parking lot.  At the end of the lot another set of stairs will lead up to the field.  

*****LOOK BELOW FOR AN ATTACHED .JPG THAT WILL SHOW YOU WHERE THE FIELD IS***** (It is a Google Maps image)

How to Enroll:

Applications for this DeCal are now closed.  We will be sending out an email notification to applicants informing them if they got in the class soon.  CCN's will be emailed with acceptances.

There is an equipment fee for the course: $15/student

Course Contact: archery.decal AT gmail.com

Faculty Sponsor: Dennis Lieu

Time & Location:

SectionFacilitatorsSizeLocationTimeStartsStatusCCNs
Section A25Clark Kerr Softball FieldTBA9/14started
Section B25Clark Kerr Softball FieldTBA9/14started

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