Strategic / Operational Plan - Paringa Archers

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Paringa Archers Strategic and Operational Plans
Strategic Plan
The Paringa Archers Strategic Plan is derived from the Objects and Purposes established in the Club's Constitution. Paringa Archers is a Target archery club and is a member club of the Archery Society of Tasmania and Archery Australia and abides by their Constitutions and rules.
Strategic Direction
"The objects of Paringa Archers shall be to perpetuate and foster the principles and practice of archery, as a pastime, recreation and sport in accordance with the high spirit and honourable traditions of that most ancient sport."
Strategic Goals
  1. Promote archery to the community
  2. Promote archery to organisational groups
  3. Progress and develop Paringa Archers as a non-profit organisation
  4. Foster a strong and active membership base

Operational Plan
The Paringa Archers Operational Plan is a rolling three year plan that details the tactical goals and objectives for the club to achieve it's Strategic Goals.

Strategic Goal
Target Frequency
Club Events
 Come and Try (Club Gear available)
2nd & 4th Sat mornings

 Come and Try - Indoor (Club Gear available)
1  First Wednesday night

 Coaching sessions
3,4 3 per month

 Club Shoots
1 1st & 2nd Sat afternoons

 Qualifying and Ranking Events (QREs)
4 8 per year
World Archery / Archery Aust Events
 Northern Target, Field, Indoors, Clout

 AST Event (Target, Field, Indoor, Clout)
41 per year
Club Infrastructure
 Working Bees (Target Range, Field course, grounds/facilities)
33 per year

 Club Grounds under Crown Lease from 21/04/2021 to 30/4/2030. ( Current Lease )
3  10 year lease
 World Archery , Archery Australia and Archery Society of Tasmania

 Childrens University
1,2,32015 to ongoing
Special Projects
 Club House Refurbishment
1,2,3,4 2022 to 2024
   Indoor Range southern awning 1,2,3,4 2020 to ongoing

 Car park and entry road ashphalt (2017 est $40k Vinarchie Contracting)
1,2,3,4 2018 to ongoing

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