The public is invited to Archery center groundbreaking

Algoma Township and the West Michigan Archery Center invite the public to the groundbreaking of an Olympic-style archery center on Monday, July 8 at 6 p.m. Parking will be at the new section of Wolven Avenue south of Ten Mile Road at Wolven. Join WMAC board members, local supporters, donors and project partners Algoma Township and Plainfield Township.

The archery center has been the result of collaboration and cooperation between the two townships. The facility will be the Easton Foundation’s West Michigan Archery Center and will allow archery year around and bring competition from across the state and beyond.

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