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 Our Club's Purpose

The purposes and objectives of the Obissquasoit Bowmen are:

(a) use of the Club’s buildings, structures and grounds for the moral and mental improvement of men, women, and children by training and educating members and guests, through personal instruction and the use of written and electronic media, on principles of sportsmanship, personal ethics, honesty, courtesy, and good conduct, and the protection of the environment, of fresh clean air, and of clean water;

(b) to enlist into membership individuals possessed of good moral character who have exhibited traits of good sportsmanship, ethical behavior, and a devotion to honesty, fairness, and helpfulness toward others;

(c) to promote in the community an interest in all phases of archery as a competitive sport, and as a healthy form of outdoor and indoor recreation;

(d) to encourage among Club members and guests the value of good sportsmanship and principles of fairness;

(e) to educate and train individuals on the purposes and objectives of the Club and to promote safety awareness and safety practices in the handling of archery equipment;

(f) to educate adults and young people in the community through classes and instruction on the proper use of archery equipment and the rules of archery competition;

(g) to foster among members and others in the community an interest in participation in State and national amateur archery contests and competitions;;

(h) to preserve and husband the Club’s real property as a natural habitat for wild animals and to educate members, guests and others against any form of cruelty toward wild or domestic animals;

(i) to use the Club’s real property to provide for the environmental protection of wetlands and forested areas;

(j) to use the Club’s real property to foster watershed protection, air purification, soil stabilization, urban buffers, and landscape beautification;

(k) to engage in forest and land use husbandry including selective cutting and trimming of trees and shrubs as part of a forestry management plan;

(l) and, to foster among members and guests, and as part of the Club’s programs of instruction and education, an awareness of and education concerning wild animals living in natural habitats in accordance with State forestry objectives.



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