Adairville Archery bows stolen, fund raiser planned
By Steve Stratton


Posted on January 1, 0001 12:00 AM



The Archery bows belonging to the Adairville Archery Program have been stolen from the school gym. The bows were stored in the girls’ locker room in the gym and were last seen in late July. 

During the first two weeks of school I noticed they were missing. We have checked with coaches and anyone else connected to the program in an attempt to find any information about the equipment.  The bows will cost approximately $4,000 to replace. They are marked either with an AA (for Adairville Archery) or F & G (for Fish and Game Club).

Please contact the school 539-7711, Steve Stratton at 270-772-4390, or Crime Stoppers if you have any information about this incident.

Adairville Archery will be selling mums on Sept. 22 at the Tractor Supply Company (TSC) parking lot in Russellville to raise money to replace the missing bows. The mums are raised locally by Kevin Ferguson at Hickory Hill Nursery. They are large mums and normally retail for $12 to $15 each, but we will have them for $9.

We need your support to continue the Archery Program. We rely solely on donations from the community to fund the Archery Program.

Steve Stratton is assistant principal of Adairville School.

 

 

 




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