George and Betty Gardner pledge $100,000 to Archery Hall of Fame
George and Betty Gardner recently expressed their continued support for the Archery Hall of Fame and Museum by pledging $100,000 to further assist in the Hall’s mission as well as the expansion of the Museum complex located in Springfield, Missouri.
Their pledge is the second largest, following the Ann and Earl Hoyt contribution, since the Hall’s inception in 1972.
The archery community thank George and Betty Gardner for believing in “The Dream” and helping to make its existence possible. Their work in the archery industry, passion for the sport, and sense of history make it possible for the Archery Hall of Fame and Museum, Inc. to honor all who have distinguished themselves in the sport of archery.
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