This Friday, May 3rd, give a call to 3-1-1 and request the city replace the targets at the ET Seton Archery Range. That's the number for Toronto city service requests and inquiries. They're open 24 hours a day so you don't need to worry if you remember at 11:55. (I wanna find out who makes the earliest call!)
There was one other time I took part in a phone blitz like this. It was for the Miss G_ Project for Equity in Education. On Valentine's Day in 2008, about 500 people contacted the Ontario Ministry of Education to ask for gender studies to be added to the curriculum in high schools. A bit more of a long shot than getting some targets fixed, right?
Well, guess where I was Friday night? Ta-daaa! At the Gladstone, celebrating the victory of their project. (Starting in September, there'll be a suite of social justice courses available to students. High five, Miss G_!)
We know they'll fix them sooner or later but hopefully, with enough calls, we can get spankin' new butts by June. Then, maybe we archers should have a party, too! :D