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This past week the Ohio Division of Wildlife conducted two NASP Basic Archery Instructor trainings during the “Cleveland Sport, Travel, and Outdoor Show” at the International Exposition Center in Cleveland. These trainings mark the first large scale acceptance of Ohio NASP into a major metropolitan school district; 32 teachers and one volunteer instructor attended the trainings; 27 Cleveland area schools were certified to teach NASP; 24 of those schools were from the Cleveland Municipal School District. Other schools that attended were; Riverside Local, Painesville; Fairport Harbor Exempted Village Schools, Fairport Harbor; and Ruffing Montessori School, Cleveland Heights.
Ken Watkins took some time away from the IBO Indoor World Championships (also being held at the Cleveland IX Center) to stop by and say a few words to the teachers. Dave Graham, Chief of the Ohio Division of Wildlife also took the time to stop in and talk with the teachers, as did Jeff Herrick, District Manager Ohio Division of Wildlife, District three. Reno “Jay” Reda, Division of Wildlife District three, Outdoor Skills Officer, scheduled and coordinated everything it took to make this training possible, and so successful.
The trainings received news coverage from WKYC TV3 (NBC). Click on this link and scroll down to play a video of the news broadcast.
http://www.wkyc.com/outdoors/news_article.aspx?storyid=85174
Kevin Dixon
 
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