June Meeting: June 5, 2016

Have Fun with Your Scottie Day

Ring practice
Mini-match
Handling classes
Earthdog above-ground non-AKC “trial”
Rally demonstration
“Beauty Contest” including “Best Costume”

Note that these activities are free and demonstration only.

Location: Home of Helen Krisko. Those non-club members who wish to attend, please send message to Helen Krisko (kriscot@busmasters.com) for address and directions.

Social: 2:00 Bring food to share. Fried chicken will be supplied for $4 per person. Please let Helen Krisko know if you are coming via cell or email. 301.775.0893. kriscot@busmasters.com.

Meeting: 2:30 Demonstration activities will commence after the meeting.

Brags

Jo-Anne Riddle’s Merrie Munro's Dark Endora aka Elspeth became a champion by finishing with a five point major under judge Richard Powell at the Baltimore County Kennel Club show. She is out of Ch. Deblin's Walk the Talk and Ch. Merrie Munro's Dark Snapdragon.

 

 

 

Next Meeting

Date
June 5, 2016
Time

Social at 2:00
(bring finger food
to share)

Meeting at 2:30

Location

The home of
Helen Krisko


Save These Dates!

STCGW Club Meetings 2016

September 25

 

STCGW Club Events
AKC-sanctioned B-Match

September 25

 

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Scottish Terrier Club of Greater Washington, please email us.

Links

American Kennel Club

Campbell's Scottish Terriers

Infodog

Radley

Scottish Terrier Club of America 

Westminster Kennel Club

 

OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS
Our Constitution

 

OFFICERS

President

Helen Prince

 

Vice President

Ray Formanek

 

Corresponding Secretary

Helen Krisko

 

Recording Secretary

Kathleen Dunleavy

 

Treasurer

Jeff Waite

 

BOARD MEMBERS

Mary Rice

Jo-Anne Riddle

Norman Prince

Mary Smith

 

OTHER CONTACTS

The Tartan newsletter

Editor: Jean Hemphill

 

Webmaster

Jean Hemphill

 

 

The objectives of the STCGW

  1. To encourage the ownership and selective breeding of purebred Scottish Terriers.
  2. To develop, to perfection, the natural high qualities of the breed as described in the standard of the breed as approved by the American Kennel Club.
  3. To foster improvement of the individual Scottish Terrier by developing, sharing and making available all information to his master toward this end.
  4. To advance the interests of the breed and of the fancy and to foster sportsmanship and fellowship among its members.
  5. To promote the breed through the sponsorship of sanctioned matches and specialty shows under the rules of the American Kennel Club.