Archery Shoot fundraiser May 3 in Opelousas benefits Dreams Come True

Organization raises money to grant dreams for children with life-threatening illnesses

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Josh Castile lived a dream when he arrowed this big buck with Dreams Come True in 2010.
Josh Castile lived a dream when he arrowed this big buck with Dreams Come True in 2010.
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Dreams Come True is hosting its second annual Archery Shoot benefit on Saturday, May 3 at 4 Seasons Outdoor Archery in Opelousas.

The event is a fundraiser for the non-profit organization, which grants dreams to Louisiana children between the ages of 3-18 who have life-threatening illnesses.

This event is hosted by Josh Castile, once a dream child himself, who had a dream to go bowhunting and enjoyed it so much he came up with the idea to host an archery shoot.

Registration begins at 8 a.m., with each shooter providing his own bow and arrows. Binoculars can be used, but range finders are not permitted.

The entry fee is $40 for a two-man team, or $25 for individual shooters. Walk-ons are welcomed and will be added to a team.

Children may participate if accompanied by an adult.

Pre-registration is strongly recommended, but walk-up registration is allowed and will begin at 8 a.m.

Novelty shots will be will be sold three shots for $5.

For more information, you can text Josh Castile at 337-336-2399 or contact Becky Prejean at 225-614-8197 or email her by clicking here.

Visit the Dreams Come True website by clicking here






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