MTA Hall of Fame & Museum

In 2014, the MTA Board of Directors reinstated the MTA Hall of Fame Board of Directors to fulfill the objectives of the MTA Hall of Fame: Give recognition to Michigan individuals who have distinguished themselves in registered trapshooting competitions or have contributed outstanding work in the promotion, administration, management, improvement, and growth of registered trapshooting, and to collect and maintain historical artifacts and material pertaining to Michigan Trapshooting, which will be available to the public.

Current Hall of Fame Inductees

The Hall of Fame Board – Sally Telfer, Carl Chadwell, Richard Jenson, and Mike Wilson – have been working diligently, with the MTA Board, and is excited to report some major changes coming in 2017 to the MTA Hall of Fame.

The HOF BOD is planning annual HOF celebrations, to honor current and past HOF inductees. Current and past inductees and their families are invited to attend the yearly reunions held at the Michigan State Shoot. Everyone watch for future announcements.

As expected, there is a cost to all of these improvements. The HOF BOD is planning on fundraising and sponsorship activities for the coming year. Please consider supporting our Hall of Fame activities, either financially or by volunteering your help. For more information, or to make donations to the Michigan Trapshooting Hall of Fame, contact Michigan Trapshooting Board of Directors or Michigan Trapshooting Hall of Fame Board. You may also contact Sally Telfer at sltelfer@hotmail.com or 734-358-7767.

The purpose of the Michigan Trapshooting Association Hall of Fame is to:

  • Give recognition to Michigan individuals, living or decreased, who over the years, have distinguished themselves in registered trapshooting competitions by winning at State, Zone, Satellite Grand and Grand American events;
  • Recognize those Michigan individuals, living or deceased, who have contributed outstanding work in the promotion, administration, management, improvement, and growth of registered trapshooting;
  • Collect and maintain historical artifacts and material pertaining to Michigan trapshooting, which will be available to the public, including but not limited to shooting artifacts, photographs, magazines, trade literature, and records of competition, memorabilia, videos, and items donated by or on behalf of Michigan trapshooting.

How to make a Nomination for the Hall of Fame

MTA Hall of Fame Scholarship

The Michigan Trapshooting Association Hall of Fame is proud to announce that beginning in 2018, a new Scholarship is being made available to deserving High School Seniors. Instructions and application can be found on the MTA Hall of Fame page and at the MTA home grounds, or by contacting any Hall of Fame Board Member.
How to Apply