Who We Are
We’re a small, fun club that relies heavily on volunteer work from our members to help maintain our club. The activities of our club revolve entirely around our member’s willingness to help. We have quite a few very experienced shooters, but have no dedicated archery teachers. So we have no official archery classes that run on a weekly schedule. In the past, some club members have provided private lessons, but that has always been negotiated between the members. Most often new shooters will learn just by showing up while others are shooting. That way, they can ask questions and get to meet up with the other great people in our club.
The club does run a Junior Olympic Program (JOP) for kids in the fall/winter. The cost of the JOP weekly program is covered in your membership fees, and there is a SAA/JOP $50.00 target fee collected at the time of registration, effective immediately.
Frontier Bowmen membership gives you access to the clubs facilities and also gives you an additional membership with Saskatchewan Archery Association (SAA), our Provincial Governing body as well as Archery Canada. You will receive a SAA card, with a registration number, which will allow you to compete to achieve Provincial Archery Records, Canadian Archery Records and shoot in Provincial and National Championships. You’re SAA number is also your Archery Canada number. You will retain this number for life, while living in Saskatchewan. SAA membership also provide liability insurance coverage through Archery Canada in the case of an archery related accident.
Frontier Bowmen Yearly Membership
Club membership is valid from the date of registration until December 31, 2022. Registration is open until September 30, 2022. For adult categories, the member must be 16 or 18-years-old on date of purchase (depending on category).
All Frontier Bowmen members must have a Saskatchewan Archery Association (SAA) membership. If you purchased a 2021 SAA membership prior to January 31, 2021 and qualified for a free 2022 SAA membership there will be a coupon to redeem at checkout. If you do not have a 2022 SAA membership you will be able to purchase it during your club registration process. Family groups must have one primary adult membership – either a Primary Adult (18+) member or a Primary Adult (18+) Non-shooting member
Individual and family membership are purchased directly through 2MEV, a Sask Archery Association partner.
2023 Registration Categories & Pricing
|Single Adult (16+) Membership||$165.00|
|Primary Adult (18+) Family Membership||$165.00|
|Primary Adult (18+) Family NonShooting Membership||$55.00|
|Additional Adult Family Membership (16+)||$110.00|
|Additional Youth Family Membership (2 – 15 years)||$110.00|
|Upgrade NonShooting Membership to Primary Adult Family (18+) Membership||$110.00|
NOTE: 2023 Membership will be available October 1, 2022 with the new pricing listed above.
2022 MEMBERSHIP FORM
>> Frontier Bowmen/SaskArchery 2Mev 2022 Membership Form <<
>> Frontier Bowmen Range Rules <<
Guest Shooting Rules
All guests must be accompanied by a current Frontier Bowmen member.
GUEST FEE: $10 per visit
The accompanying Frontier Bowmen member is
- The behaviour of the guests.
- Recording names in the correct guest register.
- Collecting and submitting fees.
- Keeping door code secure.
- Maximum 5 guests per member unless authorized by executive.
- Maximum 3 visits for non-SAA members (insurance limitation).
- No restriction on # of visits for SAA or Archery Canada members.
- Review and follow the indoor range rules.