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NCWHA Announces Banquet Agenda



If you have not made plans to attend to the NCWHA Awards Banquet on January 21, please remember to send your reservations to Sandy Brumbaugh by January 15. Reservation forms and ballots were mailed. Information on the banquet is as follows:

The NCWHA Annual Awards Banquet will be held on Saturday, January 21st at the Pinewood Country Club at 247 Pinewood Road in Asheboro, NC. The dinner will cost $40.00 per person, $15 per child (for children 11 & under). Prepaid reservations are required and the enclosed form must be returned to Sandy Brumbaugh by January 15, 2017. The schedule will be as follows:
 
Cocktails – 5:00 – 5:45
General Membership Meeting – 5:45 – 6:15  
Dinner – 6:15-7:00
Awards – 7:00 – 9:00                                                  
DJ & Dance– 9:00 – 12:00
 
The following hotels are within a 10 mile distance of the Pinewood Country Club. The Hampton Inn (336) 625-9000 (block of rooms reserved), the Holiday Inn Express (336) 636-5222, and the Comfort Inn (336) 626-4414. Calendar covers will be auctioned and we will host a silent auction. Monthly pages for the calendar are now available on a first contact basis with the cost being $300 for a black and white page and $400 for a color page. You may contact Terri Mosley to reserve your page in the calendar now at (336) 325-5009 or TerriEM552@aol.com.
 
High Point Awards will be given in 45 categories, with ribbons for placings 1st-4th. Thanks to all for the support of the NCCWHS this year as TIP money will be awarded for all placings in each category. We feature 6 horse of the year awards, along with our other special awards.

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