Paul LaRue Memorial Tournament
Paul LaRue was dedicated to promoting the sport of archery. Every year we celebrate his life by hosting a tournament in his honor. All proceeds from the tournament and concessions are donated directly to a charity.
This year we are teaming up with The Pink Arrow Project. This is a charity run by an amazing young lady, Chelsea Neville, who is working with Pro Archer Jesse Broadwater to raise money for cancer research. Each year they select a charity dedicated to finding a cure for cancer. All monies donated go directly to funding research, not paying overhead.
We will be having our annual tournament on October 6th, 2018. It will be a 1-Day Safari style tournament & raffle. This year's raffle prizes are starting to filter in and we have a great variety of items. For the regular raffle we have a take-down recurve, several set's of arrows, embroidered throws and more.
Thanks to the generosity of a former member we are also able to raffle off a complete bow package. The package includes a very gently used Mission Rally Bow, which has been inspected & tuned by Doug at Great Northwest Archery. This bow comes with a Spot Hogg HogFather sight, a Spot Hogg Whipper Snapper release, a 32" front stabalizer, twin back bars, a dozen Easton Light Speed arrows and case, a quiver and a bow case. We will be selling tickets for this complete package for $5 each. You do not need to be present to win this bow and if you cannot attend the tournament but would like to buy raffle tickets please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The club donates all monies received directly to the charity, we do not deduct anything for our cost to put on the tournament. To register for this fun event click the button below:
If you can't make the tournament and would still like to contribute you can donate money or items for our raffle. To donate an item please contact our Activities Director Jason Coleman at email@example.com. If you'd like to simply donate to the cause you can make a cash donation here.
For more information on the Pink Arrow project check out their website.