Jack Fares attended Evansville College, then spent the next six years in the United States Air Force. During the next thirty years he flew for Northwest airlines as a pilot. In 2005, Jack bought a Harley-Davidson dealership and in 2008 built a new 55,000 square feet dealership, which became one of the top twenty-five dealerships in the country. Jack was selected to serve on the dealer advisory committee for Harley-Davidson Financial services with seven other dealers. In 2015, Jack built a state-of-the-art indoor gun range next to the dealership where he met archery coach Tom Patterson, who told him about the NASP program. After that meeting, Jack started working on getting the program into his granddaughter’s school. It took two years, but with the help from Tom, he was successful. Later, Jack found out about S3DA and became very involved with the program. Jack became an S3DA coach and has helped during set-up for both KY State and National S3DA events. He purchased his first hunting license at the age of seventy-one and shot his first deer (which was a nine-pointer). In 2017, Jack sold all his businesses. He now serves on the Tourism Board for the city of Grand Rivers, KY.