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Regional Archery Practice (RAP)

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  • J. Hughes
    Regional Archery Practice The Barony Marche of the Debatable Lands is pleased to host a Regional Archery Practice on Saturday, March 6, 2004, at Four Seasons
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 30, 2004
      Regional Archery Practice

      The Barony Marche of the Debatable Lands is pleased to
      host a Regional Archery Practice on Saturday, March 6,
      2004, at Four Seasons Archery Center, 500 Millers Run
      Road, Morgan (South Fayette), PA 15064. The site will
      open at noon for registration and SCA range set-up.
      Archery will begin at 1 p.m. and continue until 5 p.m.
      After site clean-up, all participants are encouraged
      to gather afterwards at a local restaurant. Chips and
      soda will be available for purchase from the site;
      cookies and cider will be free. The Archery Marshal
      in Charge is Baron Charles O�Connor,
      jphughessr@..., (412) 734-0782. General
      coordinator is THL Karana Yabokchi,
      kddonn@..., (412) 487-5278. Royal rounds
      (20, 30 and 40 yards) and multiple novelty shoots are
      planned as well as youth and novice shoots if there is
      interest. If loaner equipment is needed, please
      contact Baron Charles in advance. Fee for all archers
      is $5 (all ages), payable directly to the site at the
      door. Space for spectators is limited. The site
      would like an approximate headcount before the day of
      the event, so please let one of us know in advance if
      you plan on attending. If you have any archery
      questions or need loaner equipment, please contact
      Baron Charles. If you have general questions or need
      Pittsburgh visitor information for spectators, please
      contact Karana.
      Directions:
      Take your best route to I-79 in Pennsylvania and then
      to the Bridgeville exit (Exit #54) in southwestern
      Allegheny County (Pittsburgh). At the light at the
      end of the off-ramp, turn left onto Route 50
      West/Millers Run Road. Travel approximately 1/4 mile
      and then follow Millers Run Road as it branches off to
      the right. Follow Millers Run Road for approximately
      1 mile to the site on the left. You will go under a
      metal railroad bridge just before the site. The
      entrance is in the rear of the building.

      Charles O'Connor



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