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NCWHA Elects Board of Directors And Officers



The following individuals were elected to the Board of Directors for 2014:

Shirley Boger

Sandy Brumbaugh

Jerry Jester

Malaya Jester

Larry Mesimer

Kelly Peeler.

Officers for the 2014 year include:

President - Robert Deutsch

1st VP - Lori Abbott

2nd VP - Allen Dickerson

Treasurer - Shirley Boger

Secretary - Sandy Brumbaugh.

The Annual Awards Banquet is scheduled for Saturday, January 18th at the Embassy Suites in Greensboro. Additional information will be coming after Christmas. The deadline for the reduced room rate is December 12th.

Due to the low number of horse shows this summer and financial concerns, the Board of Directors will not be able to make monetary awards along with the high point awards this year. The association's limited funding is being reserved to support horse shows for the 2014 show season as many of our shows canceled or declined substantially this year. We will be awarding 4 places in the high point categories and encourage all members to join us to celebrate our association and our horse. The pleasure horse categories have been revised to reflect the new class opportunities and a Youth Country Pleasure High Point Award has been added.

 

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