South Dakota Trappers Association October 2011 Report

President — Anna Hermanson, P.O. Box 922, Hot Springs, SD 57747; phone: 605-440-0227; e-mail: aghermanson@jacks.sdstate.edu

Vice-President — Ray Maize, 28658 Tree Farm Place, Pierre, SD 57501; phone: 605-295-0416; e-mail: sdtrapr@mncomm.com

Exc. Sec./Treasurer, Public Relations FTA Director — John Almquist, 521 2nd St. NE Watertown, SD 57201; phone: 605-886-8501; cell: 605-880-4165; e-mail: jcalmquist@aol.com

Secretary — Terry Olson, 921 North Harth, Madison, SD 57042; phone: 605-256-6311; e-mail: trapperto@yahoo.com

Youth Education Coordinator — Aaron Doyscher, Box 247, Volga, SD 57071; phone: 605-627-6558; cell: 605-690-4095; e-mail: trapperad@yahoo.com

NTA Director — Jerry Westphal, 17342 297th Ave., Agar, SD 57520; phone: 605-258-2142;
e-mail: Rodeoking@hotmail.com

Tanned Fur Coordinator — Steve “Pete” Peterson, 22251 448th Ave., Ramonda, SD 57054; phone: 605-482-8131; cell: 605-291-8945; e-mail: trapperpete@alliancecom.net

Membership Options:
• Individual membership including subscription to Trapper & Predator Caller — $20
• Junior membership with subscription to Trapper & Predator Caller — $13
• Family membership with subscription to Trapper & Predator Caller — $30

Complete membership application on first page of association section and send dues to:

SDTA, Treasurer
John Almquist, 521 2nd St. NE
Watertown, SD 57201

PRESIDENT’S REPORT

Greetings,

By the time you read this the convention will likely be over and trapping season will be soon to start. I would like to start by thanking everyone for attending our Fall Rendezvous. I hope everyone had a good time, learned a few new tricks, stocked up on supplies and is ready to start trapping. I would especially like to thank those who helped plan and run the convention, the dealers, and those who helped by doing demos. Your support and assistance is greatly appreciated, because if it wasn’t for your help, we wouldn’t be able to have our conventions.

The SDTA donated a set of wild furs to the Outdoor Campus West in Rapid City for educational purposes. They in return, created a stone with our logo and mission to be hung at the campus. They will also be having a get together with the governor at the end of September which we are invited to attend. This will give us some great exposure at a plethora of educational events in the future. Again, thank you to those who donated to the tanned fur program, it was those donations, that make activities such as this possible.
I wish you all the best of luck this fall.

— Anna Hermanson

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