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Notice to WHTA Auxiliary Members



Notice to WHTA Auxiliary Members:

The following members of the Walking Horse Trainers' Auxiliary are eligible to show in classes deemed Walking Horse Trainers' Auxiliary Members Only as of March 15, 2017.

Jennifer Barr
Heather Beard
Maria Bobo
Sherry Bonner
Leah Boyd
Karen Callaway
Dee Cantrell
Susan Coleman
Freda Dean
Jill Derickson
Paige Edwards
Stephanie Elliott
Candy Green
Joyce Marie Green
Julie George
Sheila Groover
Amelia Haselden
Julie Lambert
Beth Lawwell
Christy Mauney
Dru McCormick
Kelly Mills
Iris Schumann
Sarah Smith
Sandy Still
Amy Trimble
Erica Way
Jacquelyn Way
Staphanie White
Kimberly Wick

If all you lack is a meeting and a project, it can be done before the class on Saturday night at the National Trainers' Show.

Two ways for the project - get 3 items donated to the silent auction or work at least 1 hour at the silent auction table. (you must work before Saturday night, meaning you have your project done before entries are due for Saturday classes.)

If you need a meeting: we will have a meeting on Saturday the 25th at 11 at Edgemont Baptist Church in Shelbyville.

Note: the class is also for Trainers' Family Members - so some of you qualify for the class that way.... however, if you are not eligible with the Auxiliary, your placings in the class will not count towards Auxiliary points.

If anyone has any questions about any of this or your eligibility, please don't hesitate to contact Sarah Smith: 931-580-5085 or email: misslipstick08@yahoo.com.
 

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