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SCKWHA Banquet Will Be Held At Barren River Lodge

The 31st annual South Central Kentucky Walking Horse Association (SCKWHA) will hold its high points awards banquet on Saturday, March 7, 2009, at the Barren River Lodge on Highway 31-E in Glasgow, Ky. The banquet will begin at 5:30 p.m. with a dinner buffet, an auction, awards presentation and a dance from 9 to 12 a.m.

The SCKWHA strives to promote the Tennessee Walking Horse and likes to recognize the exhibitors who have shown their horse consistently throughout the year in the area. Everyone is welcome to join them in honoring the event. The deadline for reservations is March 3, 2009.

The meal will be catered by Barren River Lodge. Following the meal there will be an auction, including many stud fees that have been donated. The proceeds from the auction go toward the scholarship fund. Following the awards entertainment will be provided by WBVR’s DJ Scooter Davis. To donate items for the auction, contact Melanie Jones at 270-843-2390 or 270-791-3313 or Robin Smith at 270-542-4822. Area barns also sponsor theme baskets for the auction.

Tickets will be sold at the door for $5 each to enter the Split the Pot Reverse Drawing. The last person to have their ticked in the pot will receive half of the pot. The last ticket will be drawn during the dance. Tickets can be purchased from area trainers.

For more information, contact Melanie Jones at the above numbers.

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