Tallahassee senior athlete keeps fit with Archery
The roots of Tallahassee’s Kermit Brown in Florida and his archery competition date back to a time when bow hunting was a way to secure food to survive.
When his ancestors arrived on the East Coast of America in the late 1600s, bows and arrows put food on the table. Fast forward over 300 years and Brown uses a bow for recreational purposes to keep fit, keep his concentration skills sharp, and win Senior Games medals. CLICK LINK ABOVE FOR FULL ARTICLE.