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TWHBEA Election coming soon



August 1, 2018, is the deadline to have your candidacy declared for the Int'l Board of Directors at TWHBEA.  TWHBEA needs enthusiasm,  fresh perspective, and help, every term to continue growth and prosperity. Be a part of the future by volunteering to serve as a Director for your state/region by August 1, 2018.  Help promote the breed! Represent your state/region's concerns and ideas on the International Board of Directors of TWHBEA.

Good day TWHBEA members; here are the states, and the number of seats per state, to elect this fall.  August 1, is the deadline to declare candidacy.  Share with everyone you know that would be a good, helpful, and conscientious director for the Breed Registry in the next three years.  See requirements at the bottom of this post.

Directors to Elect:  10

States and Seats:

Alabama – 2  (Kelly Peevy, Terry Stone expiring)

Tennessee – 2 (Allison Thorson, Roger Richards, Virginia Stewart expiring)

California – 1 (James Heiting expiring)

Illinois – 1 (Bradley Woodruff expiring)

Kentucky – 1 (Sam Sorrel, Robin Webb expiring)

Missouri – 1 (Donna Hill expiring)

South Carolina – 1 (Debbie Wells expiring)

Virginia – 1 (Steve Rice expiring)

Email admintwh@twhbea.com SUBJ: IBOD Candidate Declaration with your intent and signature.

Click here to read outlines of procedures, rules, attributes and associated factors with determining, qualifying and electing Directors.

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