Archery finds following again with help of Hollywood

Kira Curtis draws her bow recently at Red Rock Archery, 3193 Hall Ave. Curtis is among the many newly interested group of archery enthusiasts enjoying the sport, thanks in large part to movies such as “The Hunger Games.” Other things often add to archery’s bump in popularity over the years, such as the Summer Olympics, which begin July 27 in London.



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Kira Curtis draws her bow recently at Red Rock Archery, 3193 Hall Ave. Curtis is among the many newly interested group of archery enthusiasts enjoying the sport, thanks in large part to movies such as “The Hunger Games.” Other things often add to archery’s bump in popularity over the years, such as the Summer Olympics, which begin July 27 in London.

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