Hannibal Parks and Recreation extending archery practice at Admiral Coontz Recreation Center to March 27

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HANNIBAL, Mo. — Due to popular demand, Indoor Archery being offered at the Admiral Coontz Recreation Center has been extended for March. Archery will be available every Wednesday from 6:30-9 p.m. through March 27.

In a press release, recreation supervisor Emily Hultgren said, “We had planned to end archery at the end of February but had some requests for more days. We were able to staff it and satisfy their requests.”

Participants under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult. A variety of 3D archery targets, such
as deer, turkey, bears, badgers, rabbits, dinosaurs, wolves and coyotes are available. Participants must bring their own bows and arrows.

This is not an instructional program, just a place for archery practice. Cost is $5 per visit or $50 for a season pass. A waiver must be filled out by all participants at the Admiral Coontz Recreation Center.

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