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Remember Archery practice is canceled if the temperature get below 28 Degrees on the "Weather.com" web site for Silverdale Washington.
Archery Member Sign In Kitsap County Information

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 Flaming Arrows 4H Club Infomation

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Flaming Arrows 4-H Club #207
County Contact Mike Vogel at flamingarrows4H@gmail.com
Meeting Place
Kitsap County Fairgrounds (KCF)
Meeting Time Mon 1-3, and Mon-Fri 6:00 - 8:00 pm
General Information

Archery has started for the new year Oct 2017 to the end of May 2018

Who can join?

Youth, ages 8 (prior to Oct 1st) through Senior in High School may participate in 4H archery shooting sports.

Parents or other interested adults may join in as an adult leader or assistant capacity, as long as they are a minimum of 21 years old. There is 4H online and leader training required as well.

4H Enrollment is now done online at www.4honline.com just find the Washington State link to make a profile. The archery club has additional forms to be kept on station for medical purposes. Each youth is required to fill in the forms for enrollment. These forms are found on the list above on this web page. Bring them to the first meeting. There will be no shooting until all the forms and payment are turned in

Please send an e-mail to the club stating which night of the week you want. Mon or Tue or Wed or Thur or Fri. The nightly rolls will be filled out somewhere around the end of Sept. We allow 16 youth each night and it is a first come (e-mail) registration. Please give a first choice and a second choice. We will respond to which night you have by the end of September.

The Flaming Arrows 4-H club will be starting up for another year and taking new members starting October 2017. Project meetings are once a week starting around the first or third week of October until about the end of May (see Calendar on web site for complete schedule, including holidays).

Archery shooting skills and safety are taught at each practice, Mon or Tue or Wed or Thur or Fri. We have a group each night that meets from 6:00pm to 8:00pm, and  Mon 1-3.

In addition, the club will meet on some weekends for club meetings and activities, see Calendar.

Members will sign up for one of the nights. You will need to stay with that schedule through the year, unless you make prior arrangements. We encourage all archers to attend weekly. As we tend to fill our archery ranges, we request that you let the Nightly Leader know when you will not be there. Limited make-up sessions can be scheduled for another evening, if there is room on the range, and arrangements have been made in advance. All correspondence is done through the web page and through email. It is requested that a parent/adult remain at the range.

In an emergency, e-mail or phone calls will be made to notify all if the range is not in operation. Please keep us up to date on e-mail addresses and phone numbers. We have had to cancel due to weather or power outages, and have had difficulty in the past reaching everyone. We are sorry if you show up and archery is canceled.

Information for all: This year (2017) club fees will be $40.00, State fee of $25.00 and County Fee of $20.00. The 4H Council has suspended their fee of $5 this 4-H year. Total of $85.00(Break down of fees paid is: Club Fees : targets for the club ($5), archery supplies such as target butts, arrows, armguards, glue, replace worn equipment, tournaments etc for the club ($20), Building utilities ($10), Club Leaders ($5) so your leaders can bring you fun programing. State Fees : Insurance ($2), National background check ($15), 4H Marketing ($3), 4H County assistance ($5). County Fees : 4H office paperwork/management ($15), Scholarships ($5). If you are not familiar with 4-H please call the 4-H office at 337-7157, or visit http://kitsap.wsu.edu/index.htm

If you have more than 3 youth signing up in your family, the County Fees will remain at $60, with no additional charge per youth. County fee only needs to be paid once in any project, so if you are in a separate 4H club 'and' Archery, you only pay once. The club fees will remain at $40 per youth. The state fees will remain at $25 per youth

The club fees do not include the cost of making arrows or other projects. Those will be charged separately when made available. With the cost of the projects and the club fees, we anticipate the total cost to be about $3 to $4 per week of archery instruction. We will be filling out remaining 4-H club paperwork and collecting fees at two separate dates at the start of the season. Oct 1st at 10AM is only for returning club members. Oct 15th (same time/location) is for New enrollees and any other returning enrollees. This will be on a first come basis for the open club spots. Oct 15th will also be our first club meeting. We will be going over the schedule, signups for arrows/shirts/etc. Please fill out the 3 forms located above and bring your cash/check and a parent. The youth will also elect club officers at the first club meeting. A separate e-mail will be sent out covering these elected positions. All project meetings are at the Kitsap County Fair grounds in the Archery or E barn (Cold in the winter but dry, dress appropriately). Weekend meeting locations will be listed on the calendar. All projects (including arrows) will be on a pay as you make them basis. We will not collect at the beginning of the year because the price is not known until supplies are purchased.

The club has bows and arrows that you can use. We recommend that you use the club's bows and equipment for awhile. If you have a bow that you want to use, bring it and have it inspected for safety.

Kim Petersen (Archery Guru) can assist in properly sizing and purchasing a bow if the youth is interested. He does get good discounts on bows for the youth. Recurves only. The bows take about 1 to 1-1/2 weeks to arrive if in stock.

All funds are paid to the archery club. Make checks to Flaming Arrows 4-H Club. Our financial page (once a member) shows everything the club spends money on

Youth will fall in one of the three age groups
Juniors 8-10 yrs
Intermediates 11-13 yrs
Seniors 14-19 yrs

Club Leader

Michael Vogel 360-643-3829

 

 KitsapSchedule

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MY 4-H PLANNING CALENDAR 2017-2018
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For RETURNING Flaming Arrows members ONLY. Norm Dicks Building, 10AM. Forms turned in, fees paid, shoot night preferences must be chosen at this time. 
Oct 1
 
Returning archers ONLY. Paperwork MUST BE COMPLETE !! First week we will be doing a safety review(no shooting), including range rules, warm up motions, 123 alignment drill, Record Books, Recording Calendar information. How to fill out the permanent Record Book portion.  Access to the web membership web site.  User name and Password. 
Oct 2-6
 
Volunteer Training at Norm Dicks building 10am-12PM
WELCOME TO FLAMING ARROWS at the Norm Dicks building for new enrollment. 12-2PM. Forms turned in, fees paid.
*Club Meeting* at 2PM
Sign ups for Tee - Sweat shirts, Arrow making, armguards etc. . New Youth Leadership Council voted in.
Oct 7
 
We will be going over range rules and introduction to archery.  Selecting best bows for youth, eye dominance, arrows to use, etc. Experienced youth should be helping new club members.  Archery warm up motions.  123 alignment drill.  Record Books.  Recording Calendar information.  Sign Club Agrement. Introduction to Record book.  How to get a Record Book.  Access to the web membership web site.  User name and Password.
Oct 9-13
 
We will be going over range rules and introduction to archery.  Selecting best bows for youth, eye dominance, arrows to use, etc. Experienced youth should be helping new club members.  Archery warm up motions.  123 alignment drill.  Record Books.  Recording Calendar information.  Sign Club Agrement. Introduction to Record book.  How to get a Record Book.  Access to the web membership web site.  User name and Password.
Oct 16-20
 
4H Rangemaster training and Volunteer training given by Sandra and Kim
Oct 20-21
 
Shooting will be short as we will have 16 youth to cycle through.  15 minutes per youth, four at a time.  Will have other activities for those not shooting.  Archery warm up motions.  123 alignment drill.  Shooting with a string.  Project books and archery levels. Archery terms.  Parts of the arrows and bows.  Record Books: Score pages.  Why do we do all of this knowledge and what benefit is it to you. What you and parents and leaders want to learn and teach you this year. 
Oct 23-27
 
We will be going over range rules.  Shooting will be short as we will have 16 youth to cycle through.  15 minutes per youth, four at a time.  Will have other activities for those not shooting.  Archery warm up motions.  123 alignment drill.  Shooting with a string.  Sizing arrows and bows to match you and why.  Project books and archery levels. Archery terms.  Parts of the arrows and bows.  Record Books: Inventory page. Do you have your Record book and Project book started?
Oct 30 - Nov 3
 
*No Club Meeting*
Nov
 
Teen Leader training by the 4H office. Cost $2
Time: 10-12PM
Location: Faith Fellowship church on Newberry hill
Nov 4
 
ARROW SIZING NIGHTS if you are making arrows you must be there.  Cost is $20.00 pay that night for Three arrows. $40.00 for Six arrows.  Arrow sizing make-up is the week later with your leader.  Arrow making is Jan 13 and 20. Both days are required to make arrows.  Contact Kim Petersen if you need special arrangements at flamarrow@wavecable.com
Nov 3, 6-9
 
Shooting will be short as we will have 16 youth to cycle through.  15 minutes per youth, four at a time.  Will have other activites for those not shooting.  Archery warm-up motions.  123 alignment drill.  Shooting with a string.  Project books and archery levels. Archery terms.  Parts of the arrows and bows.  Record Books: Score pages.  Why do we do all of this knowledge and what benefit is it to you.
Nov 6 - 10
 
2016-2017 season 4H Recognition and Awards Night at the Kitsap Golf and Country Club. 5-9PM
Nov 10
 
Youth Council 4:30-6pm planning meeting for schedule an christmas party
Nov 11
 
Full range open.  Come prepared to Stretch before practice as we learn some archery stretching exercises.  Then shoot 42 arrows total.  12 warm-up and sighting and 30 scoring arrows.  We will want to look at all record books and get them all updated.  Project books signoffs will be done also.  Who has Jr Bowman completed.  Who has Bowman completed and who is Jr Archer.
Nov 13 - 17
 
Thanksgiving week  Check with your range instructor to see if you have archery
Nov 20 - 23
 
We will be moving from the ebarn to the archery barn from 12 - 3pm. 
Dec 3
 
Continue working on the Steps of shooting and making side quivers $3.00 and or ground quivers per quiver. Will be making Targets. If you want a target to take home bring a flat piece of cardboard 30" x 30" and $2.00
Dec 4 - 8
 
Full range open.  Come prepared to Stretch and Shoot.  Try to shoot 12 arrow warm-up and 60 arrow scoring. Will be working on Project Book after shooting.  If you share a bow with someone else you can only shoot 30 arrows.
Dec 11 - 15
 
*Club Meeting* Holiday Party at Olympic View Community Center(OVCC)(13931 Lester Rd Silverdale, WA) 4:00pm to 8:00pm. Pot Luck holiday desserts and dishes, White Elephant Gift Exchange. Bring your own beverage. We're also throwing in some record book training. Making finger slings $0.50 loads of colors to choose from.
Dec-17
 
Shooting depending on rangemaster.
Dec 18-22
 
Shooting depending on rangemaster.
Dec 25-29
 
"No Club Meeting"
Jan
 
Full range open.  Come prepared to Stretch and Shoot.  Goal is to shoot 12 arrow warm-up and 60 arrow scoring. Remaining time will be spent working on archery levels after shooting.
Jan 1-5
 
Full range open.  Come prepared to Stretch and Shoot.  Goal is to shoot 12 arrow warm-up and 60 arrow scoring. Remaining time will be spent working on archery levels after shooting.
Jan 8-12
 
Saturday Arrow making. Troop 1523 scout hall on ceder st.  Start 9am
Jan-13
 
Full range open.  Come prepared to Stretch and Shoot.  Goal is to shoot 12 arrow warm-up and 60 arrow scoring. Remaining time will be spent working on archery levels after shooting.
Jan 15-19
 
Saturday Arrow making.
Jan-20
 
Full range open.  Come prepared to Stretch and Shoot.  Goal is to shoot 12 arrow warm-up and 60 arrow scoring. Remaining time will be spent working on archery levels after shooting.
Jan 22-26
 
Shooting 30 arrows at tournament distance.
Jan 29-Feb 2
 
*No Club Meeting*
Feb
 
Shooting 60 arrows at tournament distance. Indoor Blue Face Target
Feb 5-9
 
Teen/Leader Range Instructor Training. Location TBD by involvement.
Feb 10
 
Shooting 60 arrows at tournament distance. Indoor Blue Face Target
Feb 12-16
 
Shooting 60 arrows at tournament distance. Indoor Blue Face Target
Feb 20-24
 
Club tournament. Please come on your shooting night and have some fun. Awards on the evening of Mar 10th 4-6pm at the OVCC
Feb 26-Mar 2
 
Shooting Flint round and Animal round at longer distances.
Mar 5-9
 
*Club meeting*/Club tournament award night. We will also be discussing upcoming Public Presentations and other events. Time 4 to 6 pm at the OVCC.  State Tournament information. Sign ups for County tournament.  Pot Luck, feel free to bring a dessert.
Mar 10
 
Shooting Flint round and Animal round at longer distances.
Mar 12-16
 
Shooting Flint round and Animal round at longer distances.
Mar 19-23
 
Public Presentations - County level
Liberty Bay Presbyterian Church
18561 State Highway 305 NE, Poulsbo
Sign up at this link
http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0b49aaa72ba5fb6-public2
Mar 23 & 24
 
Shooting Flint round and Animal round at longer distances.
Mar 26-30
 
Non 4H event
Service project @ KSC 10 am. Bring work clothes and brush clearing tools.
March 24
 
Shooting 40cm 10-ring targets
Apr-2-6
 
*Club Meeting* at the Olympic View Community Center. catch up on missed projects. Signup for State Championship.  1pm to 3pm
April 7
 
Shooting 40cm 10-ring targets.
Washington State Tournament Kitsap County Team qualifier
Apr 9-13
 
"TRI-COUNTY TOURNAMENT in Port Townsend (Travel Trip)
Shooting Modified Field round, 2D Animal round, Outdoor FITA, with Knowledge test. Awards will be issued after all the shootings over."
Apr 14
 
Washington State Tournament Kitsap County Team qualifier make-up shoot. 12pm at the Archery barn
Apr 15
 
Shooting 40cm 10-ring targets
Apr 16-20
 
Emergency Club officer meeting to discuss Washington State 4H archery tournament. 4-6pm at the Silverdale Subway
April 16
 
County Public Presentation make-up day. 4-7pm. Liberty Bay Presbyterian Church, Poulsbo
Apr 20
 
Freeman Round. 
Apr 23-27
 
Practice distances for State Tournament at the Kitsap Saddle Club, Port Orchard 5:30-7pm
April 25
 
Freeman Round.      Making FLU-FLU arrows $10 per arrow one is the max.
April 30-May 4
 
*No Club Meeting*
May
 
"Clout Shoot" at the Kitsap Saddle Club, Port Orchard. 9AM-12PM
May 5
 
Archery Game nights. Knock-out, Golf, Baseball, Battleship, Cards. What are your favorite archery games? Write down the rules and post them in the barn for others to enjoy.     
May 7-11
 
Practice distances for State Tournament at the Kitsap Saddle Club, Port Orchard 5:30-7pm
May 7th
 
Archery Game nights. Knock-out, Golf, Baseball, Battleship, Cards. What are your favorite archery games?
May 14-18
 
More Info coming on the 4H float you can ride on in the Armed Forces Day Parade and maybe the Viking Fest parade
May 19
 
Washington State 4H Shooting Sports Tournament.  Information will be given out in archery practice times. http://www.4h.wsu.edu/projects/shootingsports
May 18-20
 
May 19 & 20 weekend. Archery Golf sessions Wenas Vally North West of Yakima.
Non 4H event
 
Archery Game nights. Knock-out, Golf, Baseball, Battleship, Cards. What are your favorite archery games?
May 21-25
 
May 26 & 27 weekend. Archery Golf sessions Wenas Vally North West of Yakima.
Non-4H event
 
Season will End For Normal Shoot nights Till Fair.
May 31
 
*Club Meeting*. Year end of shooting practice. Time and location TBD. The Club Will Bring the Ice Cream. 4pm to 6pm. 
June 2
 
Retsil BBQ for the veterans service project
June 2
 
Archery Triathlon 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
June 9ish
 
Move out of Barn.  No Archery equipment left in Barn except target butts. Start at 3:00 pm. Will take about 45 Minutes.
June 10
 
National 4-H Shooting Sports Invitational
June 23-29
 
Week long 4H Summer camp
June 24-28
 
Club Meeting Record Book and Fair prep. 9AM - 12PM. Instruction on the "Art of Judging and Oral Reasoning". Making Targets available for Fair $2.00.
July 14
 
*No Club Meeting*
August
 
Clean Barn for Fair, Super Saturday
Aug 4
 
Adult Leader Planning Meeting for next season
Aug 11
 
Record Book and Posters Turn in at the pavillion
Aug 17
 
Turnin exhibits for fair
Aug 20-21
 
Kitsap County Fair and Stampede!!!!
Aug 22 - 26
 
"Mucky Monday" - help clean the fairground barns after the county fair. 9am -12pm
Aug 27
 
No Club Meeting
August
 
Washington State Fair 4H Archery Tournament. Shooting and knowledge tournaments. Juniors, Intermediates and Seniors can go.
Aug 31 - Sept 3
 
Club Meeting Year End Campout at KBH. door prizes. outdoor camping fun. S'mores are on the club.
Sept 28 - 29
 
**First Club Meeting**Club New Youth Enrollment. Sign up for projects/shirts/etc. 12pm-3pm 

Barn work party to set-up ranges in the E barn 4-6PM
Sept 30

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