It's On Target Archery near me in Canton. They have a pretty good reputation as far as I know.
I have had some very good experiences at that shop. You will be in good hands
Not to negate your abilities, or anyone else's, but as a new shooter I would caution you on shooting at animals beyond the 30 yard mark. You will find that field shooting is much different than targets. I have been shooting for over 25 years and won't shoot at a Texas deer over 30 yards. Take my advice for what it is worth
As far as broadheads, there are a lot of good ones and everyone has an opinion. I despise O-rings and want simple and efficient. I like spitfires, but there are many good ones.