Archery club hoping for new building

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The New Totem Archery Club is looking for a spacious and permanent location to practice.

Spokesperson Rory Chapple says the group is more than happy to share a building with other sports groups.

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Since some buildings will become vacant due to the Enerplex opening, the club jumped on the opportunity to present its request.

Council voted last night to discuss the fate of the Kid’s Arena, which will be up for grabs once the summer is up.

Chapple says the club is currently operating in Taylor, and he expects to have more than 100 members come spring.

Council says it will consider the club’s request.

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