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Tim Sartwell can't suppress a smile as he perches over a clover field in a recliner waiting for the deer to come into the field. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)

The great enabler: UFFDA fills the stands

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He ain't heavy.

He's my brother.

Michael Kundert would carry his best friend on his back to get him out hunting, he said.

Thanks to the United Foundation For Disabled Archers, Kundert has help - lots of it.

Last weekend, that best friend, Aaron Wilson of West Concord, was one of 27 disabled archers out in the Hubbard County woods trying to get his deer.

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Sarah Smith is the outdoors editor. She covers Hubbard County, courts and breaking news.

(218) 732-3364
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