|The Oklahoma Taxidermists Association is a non-profit organization striving to better the art of taxidermy
and to further educate our members. Membership normally ranges from 100 to 150 members yearly.
Members meet quarterly for informative seminars, workshops and competitions. Each summer the
association hosts its annual convention and competition where taxidermy competitors come from Oklahoma
and surrounding states to compete, learn and enjoy fellowship. It is truly one of the best state conventions
currently being held. Each spring the association offers its members an all-day workshop with one of the
industries leading taxidermists in specific fields. The OKTA offers a certification program in 8 different
categories. Annual membership is $35.00 for an individual and $40.00 for a family. Lifetime membership is
$400.00. The members of the Oklahoma Taxidermists Association welcome you to join our great
association. Please take time to check out our events and click your way through our website.
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Board of Directors
Bridge Creek, OK
Lone Grove, OK
Rick & Janell Reid
|OKTA Lifetime Members
Joel Trammell, Karen Stanford, Buck Jones,
Kenneth Bauman, Keith Compton, Smitty Nabors,
Terry Andrews, Jerry and Sheila Brandon, Shannon
Miller, Mark Pontius, Eddie Givens, Wayne Roach,
Melvin Hart, Preston Mullings, Retta Keen, Billy
Roark, John Gregerson, Rick and Janell Reid, Steve
Abbott, Mike Reimer, Danny Keener, James
Newport, Dustin Schreibvogel, Bob Rowe, Kevin
Clemmons, Brad Collier, & Mark Woods.
|Upcoming OKTA Events
Click on red / underlined events for more information
September 24, 2016 Fall Business Meeting and Seminar @ Danny & Monica
Taylor's Shop. Okmulgee. Contact Steve Abbott @ (405) 392-5597
June 8-10, 2017 OKTA Convention, /Sheridan in Midwest City at the Reed Center
Call Steve Abbott @ (405) 392-5597 for more information.
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