THANKS to friends from HOUGHTON LAKE ROTARY CLUB, Roscommon County Community Foundation and YOU!
We will be installing new hoops!! BY JANUARY 6 They will be up and ready for play!
THANK YOU for helping us achieve our dreams!
We promise not to hang on them!!
Closed Christmas Eve
also for hoops installation: We are closed Dec. 29
Happy New Year! WE ARE OPEN NEW YEARS EVE 12-4 pm
Join us SATURDAYS 12-4 pm!
It’s Free Fun!
Please help us own the building!
We are raising $15,000
This frees up funding for programs and new equipment AND Heat!! !
THANKS for your contributions!
–Once we own the building free and clear, we can do much needed improvements to the skatepark, make a game field in the back and more!
Thank you for considering our improvements and projects to help the kids and the community!
Call today! 989-387-1950 Your donations are tax-deductable!
All donor names and companies will be honored on a special mortage-burning plaque in the hallway!!
THANK YOU for making a difference in our life!!!
FREE SHOW: SECOND SATURDAY OF TIP UP TOWN!!
Donations accepted at the door if you can support Artesia Programs and Equipment!!
This a family friendly show! These Wrestlers LOVE Artesia & their FANS!!!
May and July held state and national competitions for Centershot and our local teams swept up the titles!
The state competitions were held this year in Bambi Lake. Our club members took the top three positions: Ellie Harms, Ireland Selfridge and Haley Spindler. There were several students that went to the national competitions from the local Centershot club.
Haley Spindler, Ireland Selfridge & Allie Harms competed in Kentucky at the national tournament and placed in the top 10 in the nation. Devin Harms, Hunter Bailey and Mackenzie Havlik placed in the top 50 in the nation. For more information about the Centershot Archery Program, contact Gary Harms 989-366-0901.
National Shot scores:
Haley Spindler: 278 3rd place
Ireland Selfridge: 272 7th place
Ellie Harms: 271 8th place
Devin Harms: 260 12th place
Hunter Bailey: 233 24th place
Mackenzie Havlik: 221 42nd place
Congratulations kids!! Great job! We are very proud of all your hard work!