Summit Treestands
Traditional Archers of Oregon banquet
Oregon
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Brad From Hebo 14-Jan-18
14-Jan-18

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Come see some great speakers, great trad gear, and, if you want, get some good grub at the dinner!

This will be at the Spirit Mountain Casino in Grande Ronde, Oregon. Great venue with the obvious extra fun.

January 27, 2018

8:00 AM Registration opens, display and vendor set-up. 10:30 - 11:30 Seminar- Matt Lux 3 time state of Oregon elk calling champion 11:30 - 1:00 Lunch/Board of Directors meeting 1:00 - 2:00 Seminar - John Gander of OHA and OSP to talk about the T.I.P. program 2:15 - 3:15 TAO Business Meeting 3:30 - 4:30 Seminar - Mark Penninger, Kodiak 2017 5:30 to 6:30 No-Host Happy Hour 6:30 PM Banquet Dinner Roast top sirloin and chicken parmesan, tossed green salad, seasonal vegetable, warm rolls, butter and Chef's choice dessert.

Dinner speakers:

Jim and Holly Akenson. 7003 Days.

Deep in the Idaho wilderness the last vestiges of Old Idaho linger. An eager young couple seeking adventure and challenge, Jim and Holly Akenson moved to their log cabin in the wilderness to manage Taylor Ranch, University of Idaho's wilderness research station. They spent their careers merging two worlds, embracing the simple living conditions and backcountry culture, while meeting the demands of university research and education. In 7003 Day, Jim describes the unique backcountry culture and its characters and the many adventures and encounters with wildlife and nature, as Jim and Holly track wolves and cougars, use mules for transportation and ranch work, and connect university students with nature. Jim and Holly will also hit upon some of their best bowhunting experiences from the Sheepeater Country of Idaho.

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