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Bullseye with Blind Archery: #LivetheLifeYouWant @NSCD

Petr, Mike, Chaz and C.G. gripping their bows to take aim with guidance from NCSD Instructors
Zen and the Art of Archery was a popular book in the 1970s among a certain crowd in which martial arts practitioners became adept at hitting the bullseye while blindfolded. What does that mean? Who really knows, other than it was the era of the “Kung Fu” TV series.

Nonetheless, our partners at NSCD arranged an archery class for some of our students, and it took place in the gym last Tuesday

Dare we say it? It really hit the mark!.

Courtney in sleepshades holding bow gets tips from NSCD's Mike
An NSCD Instructor instructs Serena  on how to draw back on the Bow
Joy works with Josh on aiming her Bow

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