Commissioners support local archer


Highland County Board of Commissioners President Shane Wilkin, left, and commissioner Terry Britton, right, pause their meeting Wednesday for a photo with Fawn Girard, a local archer who is currently raising money to compete in the World Archery 3-D Championships. As reported by The Times-Gazette, Girard, an accomplished archer, is a member of the U.S. national 3-D archery team, and will compete in the championships Sept. 19-24 in Robion, France. Though she is a member of the team, Girard must raise her own money to make the trip to France possible. The U.S. team does not provide financial support to its members, not even for the uniforms in which they compete. A U.S. Archery Fund account through Fifth Third Bank can be used for those who can make donations. Also, donations can be made via Paypal transfer using Girard’s email (fawngirard@aol.com) or by sending donations to Girard at 931 Gibson Road, Martinsville, Ohio 45146. Girard is also selling t-shirts for $20 each.


David Wright | The Times-Gazette

Highland County Board of Commissioners President Shane Wilkin, left, and commissioner Terry Britton, right, pause their meeting Wednesday for a photo with Fawn Girard, a local archer who is currently raising money to compete in the World Archery 3-D Championships. As reported by The Times-Gazette, Girard, an accomplished archer, is a member of the U.S. national 3-D archery team, and will compete in the championships Sept. 19-24 in Robion, France. Though she is a member of the team, Girard must raise her own money to make the trip to France possible. The U.S. team does not provide financial support to its members, not even for the uniforms in which they compete. A U.S. Archery Fund account through Fifth Third Bank can be used for those who can make donations. Also, donations can be made via Paypal transfer using Girard’s email (fawngirard@aol.com) or by sending donations to Girard at 931 Gibson Road, Martinsville, Ohio 45146. Girard is also selling t-shirts for $20 each.

Highland County Board of Commissioners President Shane Wilkin, left, and commissioner Terry Britton, right, pause their meeting Wednesday for a photo with Fawn Girard, a local archer who is currently raising money to compete in the World Archery 3-D Championships. As reported by The Times-Gazette, Girard, an accomplished archer, is a member of the U.S. national 3-D archery team, and will compete in the championships Sept. 19-24 in Robion, France. Though she is a member of the team, Girard must raise her own money to make the trip to France possible. The U.S. team does not provide financial support to its members, not even for the uniforms in which they compete. A U.S. Archery Fund account through Fifth Third Bank can be used for those who can make donations. Also, donations can be made via Paypal transfer using Girard’s email (fawngirard@aol.com) or by sending donations to Girard at 931 Gibson Road, Martinsville, Ohio 45146. Girard is also selling t-shirts for $20 each.
http://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/07/web1_girardpic.jpgHighland County Board of Commissioners President Shane Wilkin, left, and commissioner Terry Britton, right, pause their meeting Wednesday for a photo with Fawn Girard, a local archer who is currently raising money to compete in the World Archery 3-D Championships. As reported by The Times-Gazette, Girard, an accomplished archer, is a member of the U.S. national 3-D archery team, and will compete in the championships Sept. 19-24 in Robion, France. Though she is a member of the team, Girard must raise her own money to make the trip to France possible. The U.S. team does not provide financial support to its members, not even for the uniforms in which they compete. A U.S. Archery Fund account through Fifth Third Bank can be used for those who can make donations. Also, donations can be made via Paypal transfer using Girard’s email (fawngirard@aol.com) or by sending donations to Girard at 931 Gibson Road, Martinsville, Ohio 45146. Girard is also selling t-shirts for $20 each. David Wright | The Times-Gazette