Oklahoma Antique Tractor Association Branch #116
The Oklahoma Antique Tractor Association, Inc. (OATA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the restoration, preservation, and education of America's past.
The OATA was officially organized in February of 1992 with 26 members and was called the "Oklahoma Green and Yellow Two Cylinder Club", catering to people with interests in antique John Deere Tractors.
As the club grew slowly through the years and with a majority of it's members owning or at least with interests in various other makes of tractors, the membership voted in n1996 to change the name of the club to "Oklahoma Antique Tractor Association, Inc.
OATA was incorporated into the state of Oklahoma in 1997 and was granted a 501c3 non-profit tax exempt tax status in 1998.
OATA joined the National "Early Day Gas Engine and Tractor Association" in 2000 and became Branch #116. Our membership has grown to over 140 members (families , not individuals).
Membership meetings are generally held on the second Saturday of each even numbered month. Meeting places vary , depending on club activities, events, etc.
The club publishes a bi-monthly membership newsletter, which includes announcements for club events, meetings, various articles, birthday and anniversaries.
For further information on how to join the OATA, please contact one of our club members or contact our club Secretary
Charles Cavenah 918-622-3386
Vice President, Dorothy Shoefstall 918-284-3236
Treasurer, John Dix 918-633-5029
Past President, Harold Brown 918-693-3920
Web Master, Dave Lugo 918-445-4745
Newsletter: Charles Cavenah 918-622-3386