This month we
feature Hall of Fame Member
Class of 1985
Chuck's most famous invention was the Indian Cord Fiber Mat; Billions of arrows have been stopped by this product since its inception in the early 1940s. Chucks lifelong appreciation for
the outdoors, led to the eventual founding of the
Bowhunters Who Care organization.
2014 Grassroots Supporters
Bowhunter, Petersen's Bowhunting,
National Bowhunters Education Foundation
Ellie Scott, Dick Mauch,
M. R. James,
T. J. Conrads, Traditional Bowhunter
Bob Easterbrook, East-Lind Heat Treat
Your support is very important to us.
Become a grass roots
supporter and help us carry on our mission.
Send your contribution, (no amount is too small) to:
Archery Hall of Fame Museum,
58 North Main Street -
Union City, PA 16438
Pictures from the Past
Class of 1999
Known as the "Father of
for this years AHOF INDUCTION
August 2, 2014 at our Museum site
in Springfield, Missouri
Tickets will be available soon. Watch for more
information to follow.
Hours: 10:00am - 7:00pm
visit museum since
opening on November 23rd, 2012.
This 3,500 square foot
facility is located on the upper floor of Bass Pro
1935 S. Campbell Ave. Springfield,
Geronimo Bow donated by Dr. Clarence Hickman
and Vice President,
Joe St.Charles spend time in
identifying archery artifacts.
to view more museum photographs