The archer with no arms asked the children to pick a target in the clump of three balloons. Which ballon did they want — white, purple or pink? Purple, a kid replied.
Holding his bow with his right foot and pulling back its string with a tiny hook tucked under his chin, Matt Stutzman let fly. With pinpoint accuracy, his arrow flew across the school hall, punctured the white and pink balloons with a loud pop and left the purple intact.
“Whoa!” the kids marveled.
“He can do that? He’s amazing!” a little girl exclaimed.