Region 1/ANEFTC/U.S. Complete Northeast Region and Northeast Field Trial Association to meet Sunday, Aug. 15, starting at noon.
"In The Field'' books and 75th New England Futurity hats will be available for purchase.
During the ANEFTC meeting, awards will be presented for Top Dogs of the Year.
EXETER, RI - Region 1 AFTCA and the Association of New England Field Trial Clubs will hold their annual meetings on Sunday, Aug. 15, starting at noon at Arcadia Management Area, Frosty Hollow Road, Route 165, Exeter, RI.
Also meeting that day at Arcadia will be the U.S. Complete Northeast Region and the Northeast Field Trials Association.
The meetings will follow the running of the Northeast Field Trial Association's summer field trial which kicks off at 6 a.m. that day.
Approximate meeting times are:
Region 1 AFTCA: Noon-12:45 p.m.
Association of New England Field Trial Clubs: 1-1:45 p.m.
U.S. Complete Northeast Region: 2-3 p.m.
Northeast Field Trials Association: 3:15 p.m. to conclusion
Times are approximate, please be flexible. This will afford New England clubs belonging to multiple associations the opportunity to attend their respective association's meetings in one day.
Dog taxes, clubs dues and insurance fees are payable at the ANEFTC meeting. Clubs will not be allowed to choose dates for the 2010-2011 season if they are in arrears.
For more information on Region 1 or ANEFTC, contact Janice Gregory firstname.lastname@example.org
For information on U.S. Complete, contact Bill Bonnetti, email@example.com
And for those who like to do their Christmas shopping early, "In The Field,'' an excellent coffee table book with many outstanding photographs of sporting dogs by Nancy Whitehead will be available, along with hats promoting the 75th anniversary of the New England Futurity.
The book would make a great judging gift or a nice addition to a sporting dog library. The hats are excellent stocking stuffers.
"In The Field'' is being promoted in the Northeast by Joan LaBree, who is donating 20 percent of each sale to the 20th Century Fund.
Cost per book is $38.
Hats are $15.