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April 22, 2020 at 5:37 am #6385Amy JenkinsModerator
Below is information that was sent out from the ATA.
April 20, 2020
To All ATA members,
Hope everyone is well and that we can get back to breaking targets very soon.
The ATA Executive Committee met via video conference on Saturday April 18. Please accept the following information regarding upcoming registered shoots.
Regarding 2020 State/Provincial Championship tournaments:
2020 Championship tournaments may be scheduled through November 1.
For those championship tournaments scheduled after August 31, scores and All-American points will be applied to the 2021 target year.
Trophy winners from these shoots will be recognized as 2020 champions.
For the post Grand American championship tournaments, the most recent state singles champions (2019) will be allowed to represent the state/province in the 2020 Champion of Champions event at the Grand American.
If a 2020 state/provincial shoot is cancelled and not rescheduled, in accordance with ATA rules, the Association will not receive an annual rebate from the ATA.
Regarding the 2020 Grand American:
We have asked IDNR to inform us no later than June 15 if we will be able to start working on site on July 20 and be allowed to host the Grand on the scheduled dates. An announcement to the membership will follow shortly after.
The look back period for minimum target requirements for the 2020 Grand and AIM championship will be extended to September 1, 2018, rather than September 1, 2019.
Regarding the US Open at Sparta:
We expect an announcement in the next few days regarding the lock down order for Illinois. A decision will be made and announced shortly thereafter on our ability to host the shoot on the scheduled dates of May 27-31 or postponing to September 9-13.
The ATA staff remains healthy and active in processing shoot reports, memberships, and all other services on a remote and timely basis.
Thank you for your support and dedication to our sport.
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