The National Field Archery Association Foundation Museum Opens in Yankton, SD
Yankton, SD- August 3, 2014 marked the opening of the new National Field Archery Association (NFAA) Foundation Museum at the NFAA Easton Yankton Archery Center. The NFAA Museum dedication was held in conjunction with the NFAA Outdoor National Championships and the IFAA World Field Championships. The opening of the Museum is also part of the NFAA’s 75th Anniversary. The Museum has been under extensive work throughout 2014 and work will continue through future fundraising efforts.
The NFAA Museum showcases historical bows, archery equipment and archery related artifacts collected throughout the NFAA’s 75 year history. The Hugh Rich Collection is a large part of the current display and features over 200 bows dating as far back as the early 1900’s. Patches, pins, awards, photos, historical documents and early issues of Archery magazine fill the museum cases making it a must-see for all NFAA members and archery enthusiasts.
The NFAA Foundation Museum is open to the public during the following hours:
Visit the NFAA Foundation Museum at 800 Archery Lane; Yankton, SD 57078. For information on donating to the NFAA Foundation Scholarship and Museum Fund, visit www.neyac.org or www.nfaausa.com or call at 605-260-9282.