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New SHOW Judging Panel Holds First Meeting



SHELBYVILLE, Tenn. - The newly formed SHOW Judging Committee held its first meeting Sunday, October 17, 2010 at the SHOW HIO office in Shelbyville, Tenn.  The committee members are Steve Aymett, Sheryl Crawford, Tony Edwards, Richard Garnes, Tommy Hall, Dr. Steve Mullins, Carol Smithson, Connie Waldo, Deborah Williams, and Billy Young.

In this inaugural meeting the panel laid the groundwork for the training of new judges and the continuing education for current judges.  The 2011 judges’ clinic will be February 11-12, 2011.
More complete information on the clinic will be released at a later date.

Other topics acknowledged by the group that will be addressed in future meetings included division standards, show ring protocol, judge’s evaluations and criteria, specific areas of concern for judges in our industry, and the framework for overseeing the judging program. 

The panel will be working on these and other issues on a continuing basis with the next meeting to be held in December.  The chairman of the committee will be SHOW President Dr. Mullins and the secretary will be Mrs. Crawford.

Suggestions and information useful to the judging committee can be sent by email to smullins@showhio.com or mailed to SHOW HIO, PO Box 167, 1021 Colloredo Blvd, Shelbyville, TN 37162.

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