Hi everyone,


The show is just around the corner and we are ready.  There is a great line up of seminars and our judges are booked and ready.  It has been so great working with the board this year.  We worked with the schedule so there will be some open time to view and meet with the vendors.  There is a great lineup of raffle items. Our member meeting will be held during the day.  These were just some of the suggestions the board received, and we are doing our best to follow through.  I would like all the members to plan on coming to the member meeting and give some insight on possible future show locations for 2020 & 2021.  It would also be great if anyone has suggestions for future seminars and judges.  This is your organization and if you want to see changes or improvements let us hear from you, so we can see it happen. 

Good Luck to everyone.  I look forward to seeing all the pieces this year.


                                                                                                                       See you soon,   Kim Albertoni

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 Montana Taxidermists Association


It’s a new year, and getting close to show time again.  First of all, I hope everybody had a great hunting season, and all have full freezers. We have a new commercial division this year and I have already seen some interest in this division.  I am hopeful to see new membership build from this less intimidating way for new people to try out the competition and enjoy the convention.  Time will tell us how this will work out. I want to take this time to thank all of the Board members.  They have all come together and made a great team to serve the MTA.  I am very proud of how each and every one is contributing. 
I am looking forward to a full schedule of great seminars this year.  Please visit the online website or Facebook for more information. 

Looking forward to seeing new and familiar faces at the show.

                                                                                                                                      Thanks, Tim Cater