The Clover Leaf Archery Club is dedicated to the promotion of archery in all its forms as a safe, family oriented, recreational activity

 

Clover Leaf Archery Club

P.O. Box 89

Milford Square, PA 18935

 

Physical address for GPS
2080 Umbreit Road, Milford Square, PA 18935
215-538-9085

cloverleafarchery@msn.com

 

Monthly Highlights

 

June 14th 3D Shoot (UBASS)

June 16th members meeting 7pm

July 12th 3D Shoot (UBASS)

July 21st members meeting 7pm

Aug 9th 3D Shoot (UBASS)

Aug 18th members meeting 7pm

Aug 22 & 23 WWP Benefit Shoot

 

 

UBASS Shoots are open to the public!

 

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Note: the membership of the club has voted to exclude crossbows at our 3-D courses except for those who hold a handicap permit.

 

Warning!

Please consider that our 3D course is an OUTDOOR FIELD course! It is usually muddy and wet, please be sure to wear appropriate clothing and footwear! Insulated and /or waterproof boots are recommended.

Additional Information

 

Attention all members! We are holding work parties Tuesdays in June, and July (possibly August based on participation and project work load) starting at 6pm. This is a great way to get your service hours and keep the club grounds ready for our shoots.

 

Next week (06/09) we could use help to build/finish target huts and also weed whack the night course as well as cut back some branches. If you are available and coming out for the work party we are in need of weed whackers, chain saws, pruners and sheers. We would also recommend work gloves and boots!

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Clover Leaf Archery will be hosting a charity shoot to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project August 22 & 23, 2015! This will be a 2-day event with food, fun, vendors and of course archery! Details to follow.

 

 

 

Click HERE to view the membership application.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Clover Leaf Archery Club was originally Clover Leaf Archery and Conservation Association. The name was eventually shortened but we still keep true to our conservation roots. A recent study of our club grounds showed 22 varieties of birds including two different species of woodpeckers!