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 2018 Induction


 September 7 - 8

 Bass Pro Springfield, MO

Stay tuned for more information.

One of the men who will be inducted next Fall will be archery pioneer Dick Mauch. You don't want to miss this one.




AHOF Museum

Hours: 10:00am - 7:00pm daily


Over 750,00 people have visited the Museum since

opening in the fall of 2012.


Located on the upper floor

 Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World

1935 S. Campbell Ave.,

Springfield, Missouri

Thank You to our January 2018
Grass Roots Supporters

Bob Easterbrook
Dave & Dawn Gordon
Maryanne Schumm
Fred Asbell - Diane Miller
John Kleman - Julia Body
Victoria Cook - Len Cardnale
Sam Fudenberg
Jay Michael Strangis
Dave Luce
Bob Markworth


Archery loses another Legend

Hall of Fame Superstar Ann Clark

dies at 92

                                                 By Diane Miller


 Webster defines the word Legend as an extremely famous or notorious person like celebrity, superstar, phenomenon leading light and giant. Ann was all of these  and much much more.

    As I sit here today thinking of the good times, and trying to find the right words to say, I recall so many memories we shared over the years.  I met Ann back in 1969.  I knew then she was a very special lady. She was fun to be around, she wasn't afraid to speak her mind and if she thought she was right she would go to the ends of the earth to prove it. She was a giant of a person in this tiny little body and I was so lucky to have known her.


She spent her lifetime promoting the sport she loved so deeply. No one had more passion for the sport than she and it showed every day of her life. Probably the only thing she loved more than archery was her family.


In 1984 she became the 30th person to be inducted into the Archery Hall of Fame and later spent over 30 years as a member of the Board of Directors. It was only last year at the age of 92 that she chose to step down from that position. Not because she couldn't do the job but because she thought it was time.


    I am sure right now she is busy greeting old friends and  catching up on a lot of stories. If you see a bright shooting star in the sky tonight chances are it is Ann letting us know she is ok and reached her destination safely.


 "God Speed, until we meet again".





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