Tualatin Valley Chapter

Welcome to the Oregon Hunter’s Association Tualatin Valley Chapter’s website. Our mission is protecting Oregon’s wildlife, habitat and hunting heritage. You will also find our current news and upcoming events on this site. If you have any questions please go to our contact page and fill out our contact submission form and a representative from our chapter will contact you shortly.



24-28 – Pacific NW Sportsmen’s Show at the Expo Center – Come visit us



10th – Statewide Deer A&H Tag Auction at 7 PM. Contact Bryan Cook 971-270-7035 to register to bid.


Chapter Meetings:

Meetings are currently suspended until Washington County can go to Phase 2.

Our Monthly Chapter meetings are at PrimeTime Restaurant & Sports Bar in Forest Grove. They are the Third Tuesday of the month. We are raffling chances to win a gun quarterly for each meeting that you attend, you will receive a ticket for that quarters drawing.

We also have items for raffle at the Chapter meeting for $1 per chance. If your name is called then you go and pick from the various prizes laid out.

Our 2020 Fundraising Banquet has been cancelled. We will go forward with the same people that  are registered now for the 2021 banquet then add as we can. Call Melody Kind at 503-502-0611 if you have any questions or cannot make it. I will be getting in touch with people registered to let them know options.

Doors open at ?

This is a family friendly event and we encourage everyone to come. We will have face painting and games for all ages.

The line up will be something like this;

*Youth only in attendance Wall of Dreams, tickets are $20 each however we draw names until all items are gone. There are all kinds of items in this from firearms, hunting, camping, fishing gear to pizza parties. Again this is only for youth attending the banquet.

*Adult Wall of Dreams that includes firearms, optics and vacation packages. Price is $100 per ticket and we will draw one ticket for every ten tickets sold. You will receive $50 worth of general raffle tickets for each Wall of Dreams ticket sold.

*General Bucket Raffle – For all to enter and win the fantastic packages. Prices are $5 per ticket.

*Life Member in attendance prize is  _______________.

*Veteran’s in attendance drawing. Thank you to all that have served in our armed forces. The prize is generously sponsored by _________________ .

*Key Gun Raffle – In the Live Auction there are some items marked with a Key and if you bid and win one of those items then you will have a chance to win the Key Raffle prize which is a Christianson Arms Nosler 28 Rifle generously sponsored by Johnson Air Products.

*Rose Pistol Raffle – For $20 per ticket you receive a rose and a 1 in 72 chance to win a Pistol generously sponsored by Impact Jiu Jitsu .

*Live Auction – We have everything from hunts to vacations in our live auction.

*Silent Auction – We have wonderful items in our silent auction – .

*Wall Tent Raffle – a 15’x15′ wall tent by Brussard and Sons, includes tent poles. Tickets are $20 each

*Dinner Line Gun Raffle – This years dinner line gun is a Christianson Arms 6.5 RPC Rifle, tickets are $10 each with a maximum of 300 tickets sold. Generously Sponsored By Lyda Excavating.

*Grab Bags – for $20 you will receive a bag filled with various items and a chance to win the grand prize which is a Legacy 12 Ga Semi Auto in Matte Black Synthetic stock.

*Bullets, Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives Raffle – Tickets are $10 each and you can win a Henry Octagon Barrel .22 Rifle, a box of ammo for it, a cigar, a bottle of Viejo Cancun Tequila and some tannerite.

*Plinko Game – This is a fun game for all ages.  Play and you could win an Escort .22 Rifle.

*Dart Card Game – You throw a dart and try to hit a card on the wall, if you are successful then you will receive a ticket to enter in the drawing of the grand prize of a Henry Survival Package – including a .22 that breaks down and a pack of gear. $5 for 1 Dart or 3 Darts for $10.

More updates to come…

Lake County Chapter Guzzler Project

Lake County Chapter Guzzler Project

May 15, 2021 12:00am - 12:00am
Tualatin Valley Chapter Habitat Project

Tualatin Valley Chapter Habitat Project

May 15, 2021 12:00am - 12:00am
Klamath Chapter Hart Mtn. Project

Klamath Chapter Hart Mtn. Project

May 15, 2021 - May 16, 2021 12:00am
Bend Chapter Youth Day

Bend Chapter Youth Day

Jun 5, 2021 12:00am - 12:00am
Josephine County Chapter Youth Day

Josephine County Chapter Youth Day

Jun 5, 2021 12:00am - 12:00am
Klamath Chapter Green Diamond Trash Cleanup

Klamath Chapter Green Diamond Trash Cleanup

Jun 5, 2021 12:00am - 12:00am
Tualatin Valley Chapter Youth Event

Tualatin Valley Chapter Youth Event

Jun 5, 2021 - Jun 6, 2021 12:00am
Columbia County Chapter Banquet

Columbia County Chapter Banquet

Jun 5, 2021 12:00am - 12:00am
Redmond Chapter Banquet

Redmond Chapter Banquet

Jun 5, 2021 12:00am - 12:00am
Klamath Chapter Virtual Banquet

Klamath Chapter Virtual Banquet

Jun 9, 2021 - Jun 13, 2021 12:00am
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December 2020

12th: Christmas Party – Has been cancelled – we will reschedule and post information
Meriwether National Golf Club
5200 SW Rood Bridge Rd
Hillsboro, Oregon 97123
(503) 648-4143
Doors Open at 4 pm
Dinner at 5:30 pm

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Board Members

President, Tony Kind
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Vice President, Kirk Nolan
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Secretary, Melody Kind
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Treasurer, Melynda Roland
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Director, Mike Vallery
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Director, Lori Vallery
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Director, Shelley Kind
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Director, Steve Hodges
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Director, Robert Schissler
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Director, Mechelle Schissler
Email Mechelle



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OHA’s mission is “Protecting Oregon’s wildlife, habitat and hunting heritage”

The Tualatin Valley Chapter is one of 25 chapters that make up the family orientated, non-profit organization with over 10,400 members strong. We are a family-oriented organization that believes the youth of today will be the hunters of tomorrow. It is they that will keep our tradition alive. OHA is made up of all types of hunters: Rifle, bow, shotgun, handgun, muzzleloaders, trappers and all that enjoy the outdoors and wildlife. OHA accepts any method of taking game legally and ethically.

Some of the youth programs that our chapter supports and sponsors are:

  • Hillsboro Trap & Skeet Club
  • Youth Scholarships
  • Bullet Holes & Bullseyes 4-H Trap Shooting Team
  • Titan Archers Archery Club from Sherwood School District & Life Skills Courses
  • Timber Beasts BB Gun Club out of Forest Grove
  • We partner w/Hooked on Fishing Youth Event which brings in 1500+ youth and their families to the two day event at Henry Hagg Lake the 1st weekend in June
  • Sponsor the Youth Turkey Hunting Clinic that the Hoodview OHA Chapter puts on
  • Promote and sponsor hunters’ safety programs

We work in partnership with other chapters and other agencies like Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife (ODFW) and Oregon State Police (OSP) to ensure that present and future generations have huntable wildlife resources. We support the Turn In Poachers (TIP) program which rewards individuals who help convict poachers.

Some of the habitat and wildlife projects that our chapter supports are:

  • Remove scotch broom and plant browse grasses for deer/elk
  • Clean up Target Shooting areas in the Tillamook Forest
  • Assisted ODFW with collaring elk near Mt.Hood
  • Assisted ODFW with wildlife survey programs
  • Wildlife Safe Passages – pledge money for over/under passes for wildlife to cross roads

Fighting for our rights

At our State level OHA provides a lobbyist to the State Legislature to protect and enhance hunter’s rights, attend meetings of the Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW), Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission and other government agencies and private organizations as assigned.
Al Elkins is our lobbyist and there are 35+ bills this session that target guns owners. OHA will fight and join other agencies in fighting for hunters and our gun rights.

The Tualatin Valley Chapter also hosts an annual Spring Fundraising Banquet. This event helps raise funds to go towards “Protecting Oregon’s wildlife, habitat and hunting heritage”

For more information on our events and fundraisers or to get involved, please fill out the submission form on our contact page.