standardized structure for tournaments, challenge negative hunting legislation and introduce beneficial hunting law changes. *CBH/SAA holds state archery championships: the Broadhead require only CBH/SAA membership for awards; the Indoor, Target 900 and the Field (including field, hunter and animal rounds) also require NFAA membership for awards.*Promote outreach programs through the California Archery Foundation which provides scholarships for instructor programs, hunter safety, equipment & archery camps. *Hunting: big game & small game clubs. These clubs are responsible for recording and maintaining records of animals harvested with a focus on integrity. The Big Game record book is available for $40 from the Big Game Club - contact VP of Hunting, Craig Fritz at email@example.com for more info.*International Bowhunters Education Programs (IBEP): many of you may have had the experience of attending one of these training courses prior to obtaining your hunting license. It is recommended by the California Department of Fish & Game. This is only one aspect of IBEP.*Legislation: CBH/SAA legislative committee stays informed on State issues affecting our sport and works closely with the DFG to address the many issues. These are only the highlights.There are many more aspects of CBH/SAA to enjoy.