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New archery range use right on target

Brant Masek, 20, of Fulton, aims at a target on Friday in the new city Archery Center. Masek visits the range to practice shooting with his bow.

Brant Masek, 20, of Fulton, aims at a target on Friday in the new city Archery Center. Masek visits the range to practice shooting with his bow. Photo by Mandi Steele.

Archery enthusiasts now have a place within city limits to work on their aim.

The City of Fulton Archery Center opened to the public in early June and according to Clay Caswell, director of parks and recreation, “From the looks of the targets, it looks like we’ve seen a lot of use in the last couple of months.”

Larry Masek and his cousin, Don Masek, approached city council about creating an archery course in Fulton around fall of last year. The course was built through the cooperation of the city, the Central Missouri Chapter Safari Club International, White Tails Unlimited of Callaway County and Mid-City Lumber of Fulton.

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