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Tennessee Taxidermists Association Convention 2014

Discussion in 'Convention Information' started by Ken Edwards, Oct 29, 2013.

  1. Ken Edwards

    Ken Edwards Taxidermy.Net Administrator Staff Member

  2. Chip Hayes

    Chip Hayes New Member

    2014 Tennessee Taxidermist Association Convention/Competition

    Come join us May 30th - June 1st, at Henry Horton State Park this year in Chapel Hill, Tn. for the 35th Annual Convention and Competition. Judges will be Mitch Webb- game heads and life size, and Ricky Givens- birds, fish and reptiles. We have many awards!! This year we are excited to add the Mounted in Alaska Award, Sponsored by Knights Taxidermy. It's given to the best life size animal that tells or portrays a story. We have also added some monetary awards given to the top 3 mounts in the Professional and Masters Divisions. Highest score $100, second $75 and third $50. You can only win once in each division. We have a great time, with good food and fellowship each year, so come and join us. For more information go to www.tennesseetaxidermy.net and see the News letter page. We hope to see you there.

  3. duxrus

    duxrus Active Member

    Re: 2014 Tennessee Taxidermist Association Convention/Competition

    I will be there and have a bunch of awards being made right now. Always a fun time and nice to see familiar faces... :)
  4. Denton Shearin

    Denton Shearin 2009-Breakthrough Award, McKenzie Award,

    Re: 2014 Tennessee Taxidermist Association Convention/Competition

    This is one of the best venues to bring the family and make a little vacation trip out of it. 18 hole golf course, larger than Olympic size pool, tennis, volley ball and even a frisbe golf course. There is a very picturesque river nearby and plenty of other things to do as well. We are a small tight knit bunch that will make you feel like you have always been part of the family.

    Oh yeah....and its a pretty nice taxidermy convention too!!