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2011 WHOA Awards Banquet & Silent Auction Information



The 2011 WHOA National High Point Awards Banquet will be held Saturday, February 12, 2011 in Murfreesboro, Tenn. at the James Union Building on the beautiful MTSU Campus. The banquet will begin with cocktails at 5:00PM CST followed by dinner and awards presentations at 5:30PM CST.
 
This year's awards ceremony will include WHOA Versatility High Points, WHOA / TWHBEA Academy High Points, WHOA Register Of Merit, WHOA Quest High Points, and WHOA National High Point Awards. 
 
WHOA will also hold its annual General Membership Meeting on Saturday, February 12, 2011 at 10:00AM CST followed by a WHOA Board Of Director's Meeting. The meetings will be held in Murfreesboro, Tenn. at the Tennessee Miller Coliseum's "Miller Club". 
 
The WHOA Silent Auction Committee has put together a great group of items this year including stallion fees for many of the industry's leading sires including:

A Strong Dollar, Generator's Silver Dollar, Ted Williams, The Stonecutter, Midnight At The Ritz, Main Power, Rowdy Rev, Gold Power, Revelation, The Dixie Lineman, Black Diamond Ritz, Stainless Steel and many, many more.

The auction will also include color page ad in the Walking Horse Report, jewelry, clothing, home accents, English saddle, color page ad in the Scoop,  custom made Western saddle, a Silver Eagle Semi-Automatic Shotgun, custom made knife by Harvey Hull, a fantastic Coach purse, box seat and 2 passes to the Blue Ribbon Circle for the 2011 TWHNC, miscellaneous gift baskets, and much, much more.

The person that spends the most at the WHOA Silent Auction will receive a Lifetime Membership to WHOA valued at $1,000. Anyone that is unable to attend and would like to place bids on any of these great silent auction items please email your bids to JoinWHOA@aol.com.  
 
WHOA invites everyone to attend the 2011 WHOA Awards Banquet and General Membership Meeting.  For reservations contact WHOA at 615-494-8822 or go to our web site www.walkinghorseowners.com for reservations forms.   

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