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2015 – Calendar of Events!

March 21      —  Spring Fling (Banquet) at Pine Lake Archers (Eldora, IA)
May 23 – 24  —  21st Annual Rendezvous to be held in Adel, IA!

Announcements – New Rendezvous Location!

2015 ITBS Rendezvous, Adel, IA

2015 Rendezvous, May 23 – 24 in Adel, IA

As posted in our earlier announcement, our longstanding contract with the Ames Izaak Walton League ended this past spring — resulting in a months-long search to find a new home for our annual Rendezvous.

After careful consideration of numerous venues, the ITBS Board has settled on a location for the 2015 Rendezvous – one which we hope will set the stage for years to come.

The 2015 ITBS Rendezvous will be hosted by the Raccoon Valley Sportsman’s Club (RVSC) of Adel, IA.  Their grounds, located just north of Adel, offer ample shaded camping, open space for vendors and novelty shoots, an enclosed hall to serve as registration, and acres of timber to support multiple 3D courses.  They have even agreed to shut down all gun ranges at their premises for the duration of the Rendezvous.

In short, a venue which allow the ITBS to continue its tradition of a family-friendly event.
The Board of the RVSC has expressed considerable interest in working with the ITBS and have given us the freedom to devise and construct our own 3D trails.

Likewise, the ITBS is excited to begin a new era and we look forward to your support in maintaining our Rendezvous as the premier traditional archery event in Iowa!

That said, this is where the work truly begins!  We need your support in spreading the word, posting flyers, and encouraging attendance shooters and vendors alike!

Linked here is a copy of our 2015 flyer.  Please pass along a copy to your friends and hang up copies at your local range or businesses.  If you have any questions or ideas that you think can help spread the word – please let us know!

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