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PostPosted: 21 Aug 2013, 07:07 
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Annual Fall Rendezvous, Sept 20-22

Montgomery City at the County Fairgrounds - Highway 19 at the I-70 #175 Exit, then North 5-1/2 miles
FREE Primitive Camping at back end of fairgrounds / RV Camping- $20/Night with water & electric
Questions, call Bob Scarlett at 573-564-2079

Thursday Sept. 19th- Dealer Set-up, Camping Opens 12:00pm

Friday, Sept. 20th
9am- MTA Board of Directors Meeting
9am- Bobcat Trapping, Tom Westhoff
10am- Tom Olson, Muskrats
11am- Jerry Schuette, Fox
1pm- Rick Hemseth, Mink
2pm- Tom Olson, Beaver
3pm- Mark June, Coyote and Bobcat
4pm- Rick Hemseth, Raccoon
5pm- Fish Dinner
6pm- MTA Awards Banquet
7:30pm- Washer Pitching Tournament (pre-registration required with Bob Whitworth)

Saturday, Sept. 21st
8am- Missouri Department of Conservation Cable Restraint Class
8am- Matt Spurgeon, Dryland Sets
9am- Gene White, Otter and Beaver
9am- MDC Seminar- Live Trapping the Black Bear in Missouri
10am- Men and Women's Trap Speed Setting Contest
10am- Mark June, Coyote and Bobcat
11am- Dryland Canoe Race
11am- Kids Trap Speed Setting Contest
11am- Fur Handling Demonstration with Miller Fur Company
12pm- Mountain Maids Lunch
1pm- Clint Schuette, Coyote
1pm- Women's Skillet Toss
2pm- Jordan Beschards, Raccoon
2pm- Water Trap Speed Setting Contest
3pm Land sets contest
3pm- Jay Garrison Water Trapping
4pm General Meeting
6pm Mountain Maids Dinner
7pm MTA Auction

Sunday, Sept. 22nd
7am- Breakfast
8am- Worship Service
Raffle Drawings

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PostPosted: 21 Aug 2013, 09:49 
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Looks like something for everyone. I see a few demos I'd like to watch and listen to! Fill us in on the "dryland canoe race" :lol:

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PostPosted: 21 Aug 2013, 13:01 
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Should be a hoot, I will bring a camera. Have to go just to find out what the mountain maids lunch and dinner will be. Think I'll steer clear of the women's skillet throwing contest, now that could be hazards to ones health.

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Coonculler wrote:
Should be a hoot, I will bring a camera. Have to go just to find out what the mountain maids lunch and dinner will be. Think I'll steer clear of the women's skillet throwing contest, now that could be hazards to ones health.


I have witnessed the skillet throws (not just a home) at these events and it can be dangerous. Once it was in a covered area and they were glancing off the metal roof! :--o I certainly would be drawn to any meal listed as "mountain maids lunch"...

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PostPosted: 21 Aug 2013, 15:25 
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Coonculler wrote:
Should be a hoot, I will bring a camera. Have to go just to find out what the mountain maids lunch and dinner will be. Think I'll steer clear of the women's skillet throwing contest, now that could be hazards to ones health.


I have witnessed the skillet throws (not just a home) at these events and it can be dangerous. Once it was in a covered area and they were glancing off the metal roof! :--o I certainly would be drawn to any meal listed as "mountain maids lunch"...


:--o :--o :--o LMAO ... Sounds like some Kodak moments for sure

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I was just thinking of posting this today. I will be there with a few of my buddies and I'm looking forward to all the presentations.

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PostPosted: 19 Sep 2013, 16:33 
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The schedule looks great, I'll be leaving in the morning and plan on being there for both days. I'll wear my bibs and a camo mizzou hat, it has the big M in the front. See ya all at the rondy.
Michael

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The schedule looks great, I'll be leaving in the morning and plan on being there for both days. I'll wear my bibs and a camo mizzou hat, it has the big M in the front. See ya all at the rondy.
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