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Latest OAA News
- Results for the OAA 900 Round are up. We had a total of 103 registered participants for this final event of 2020. We appreciate the great support. 2020's Shooter of the Year points are posted. If you medalled you can pick up your medals/awards at the next shoot.-->
- The photo galleries for the 2020 900 Round are up. Lot of photos of everybody having a great time at Miller's Gun in Sugarcreek, Ohio. A special thanks to Miller's Gun and their hard work getting the it all setup.
- Historic OAA Photographs. We've added a bunch of historic images to the "Historic Image Gallery". Check them out, they are pretty cool. We are looking for any historic images you might have to add to our photo gallery. Anything prior to 2010 is applicable, the older the better. If you can't scan your images they can be sent to John Siebert and he'll take of getting them scanned and returned to you. You can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can use this same email address to either email the images or to contact him for DropBox access to upload the images. If you are sending digital files, we would want them as large as possible.
It's important to capture these images in a digital format so that they are not lost. Your help at preserving this slice of history is greatly appreciated.
2020 Was A Year For The Record Books
Twenty-Twenty which is far from being over has been a year for the record books. This year presented challenges for our archery community that could not have been imagined. Personally, I'm still waiting for the Cat 6 hurricane and the super volcano to finish this year.
The NFAA/OAA archery community and friends really stepped up this year and showed their love and support for this sport. Even though we had to cancel the "Flint Round", a personal favorite, we still had great attendance at all our events. For that support, we can only say "Thank You." The reason all of us work so hard to run this organization and these events is because of "you." We love to see OAA archers work so hard to get better and to compete – all the way from the littlest peewees, who try so hard, to our master senior shooters, who personally give us all hope that we will still be shooting into our 80's. Each and every one of you are important and we are proud of your dedication to attend the events during the difficult and unprecedented circumstances we were presented with this year.
We hope that your 2020 ends quietly without any further hardship and that 2021 will be a better year that is more "normal" – a year where the only concern each of us have is how many X's we can score and how to explain that new bow purchase to our significant others.
Stay healthy and have a safe fall and winter. It won't be long until we'll be posting our 2021 schedule of events.
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Become an OAA Affiliated Club or an OAA Sponsor
Have you ever considered having your club/shop become affilated with OAA. There is lots of benefits to it. Take a second and click this link to read what it takes to become an affiliated club and the benefits for you shop or club.
Have you ever considered sponsoring an OAA tournament? There are several ways you can sponsor one of our four statewide events. This link has all the information on individual event and archery season sponsorships. With our tournament attendance growing by over 32% every year, this is a great way to reach serious archers and to help an organization that has been promoting archery in Ohio since 1889.
- Autumne VandygriffAFBHFS
- Lori BurnettAFFS
- Randy MillerAMBHFS
- Zachary PlannickAMFS
- Jason PfisterAMFSLR
- Jyllian HolmanCFBHFS
- Kylee BurchettCFFS
- Colton HamiltonPMFS
- Roy MillerSMBHFS
- David Schmackers SMFS
- Daniel McCabeSSMFS
- Ena WalterYAFFS
- Spencer GottschlingYAMBHFS
- Wayne HitchcockYMFS
- Kylee BurchettCFFS
- Hayden MoermondCMFS
2020 Iron Archer
We would like to first acknowledge all the archers who shot all seven events this year:
Congratulation and we thank you for your support. The winners of the Iron Archer are:
- Kevin BartoAMBHFS
- Ron DanielsAMBHFS
- Scott EmerySMFSL
- John LambesAMFSLR
- Hayden MoermondCMFS
The winners will have their NFAA membership paid by the OAA for 2021.