Category Archives: District 2

2016 Rendezvous Demo DVD

The Keystone Institute for Furbearer Education now has available the DVD from last year’s (2016) PTA Rendezvous.

The DVD is 100 minutes long and contains demos done by the following instructors:

Harry Hestell – dog proof
Jeff Dunlap – muskrats
John Wilkinson – otter
Steve Wentzel – pest control
Herb Senderling – cables
Dick Atkins – fox
Lesel Reuwsaat – coyote
Mark June – bobcat

There have been only 100 DVD produced. The price is $20.00 each, shipping & handling included.

Check or Money Order only. No credit cards.

Order from:
Keystone Institute for Furbearer Education
P. O. Box 654
New Bloomfield, PA 17068

D2: Scholarship Application

Scholarship Application and Guidelines

Scholarships:  The Pa. Trappers District Two will award a five hundred dollar ($500.00) scholarship or scholarships.  The scholarship money may be used toward educational expenses such as tuition, lodging, books, etc.  The scholarship will be awarded for one year.

Eligibility:  The scholarship recipient shall be a member of District Two of the Pa. Trappers Association or be the child, grandchild, niece or nephew of a member of District Two.  Applicants must be starting or enrolled in college.  Any year of college is eligible.  The scholarship recipient shall be a high school graduate with a commitment to attend an accredited college that awards a minimum of an Associates Degree.

PTA Scholarship Application – District 2

D2: Shirts

If you are interested in purchasing one of these shirts, please contact Paul Murray at 724-919-3862 or email district2@patrappers.com. These shirts are not for sale on this website, as these are specific to District 2.

D2: Awards

The Lifetime Achievement award in District 2 went to Tim Giger. Congrats to Tim and thanks for all your years of service!
The Lifetime Achievement award in District 2 went to Tim Giger. Congrats to Tim and thanks for all your years of service!
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Brenda Fennell received “Trapper of the Year” from District 2. Presented by Paul Murray, District Director .

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