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TWHYA Youth Member of the Year



TWHYA is pleased to announce that it will name its youth member of the year at the annual December meeting. Youth members will accumulate points based on their participation in equine events throughout the year. Emphasis will be placed on volunteer work and participation at TWHBEA sponsored events. However, members will also receive points for volunteering and participating at non-TWHBEA sponsored events. The youth named Member of the Year will receive a full page advertisement in The Voice magazine as well as the distinction of having his/her photo displayed at TWHBEA headquarters and on the TWHBEA website. Youth members may find the Youth Activity Log form to keep track of their activities on TWHBEA's website. Forms must be returned to TWHBEA by November 1, 2019. Below is a breakdown of how points will be awarded.
 
Membership: 50 Points
Meeting Attendance: 50 Points
Officer/Board Member Status: 100 Points
Volunteering at TWHBEA-Sponsored Event: 100 Points
Volunteering at non TWHBEA-Sponsored Event: 50 Points
Competing at TWHBEA-Sponsored Event: 50 Points
Competing at non TWHBEA-Sponsored Event: 25 Points
Trail Riding: 25 Points
Independent Horse Activity or Promotion: 25 Points
 
Send completed Youth Activity Log to:
TWHBEA Youth Coordinator
Paulette Ewing
P.O. Box 286
Lewisburg, TN 37091
pewing@twhbea.com
(931) 359-0593

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