Each year, the Rocky Mountain Chapter of NAVHDA holds an annual meeting to select its board, establish test dates, set chapter dues and identify special training clinics for the coming year. This year, we are holding our meeting at the Johnstown Scheels on Saturday January 11 from 1:00 to 3:00 pm.
Each annual meeting is important for the Chapter, and this year is no different. As membership grows, new ways will be needed to deliver the training instruction for new and advanced pointing dog handlers. Utility trainers have been relied on to help with Natural Ability trainers, but have not gotten as much help with their own training problems as we would like. As a result, some big changes to the training program will be discussed.
As a volunteer organization, your participation is vital. All board positions are open for election. If you have an interest in serving in one of the positions on the board, please contact Jake Heesacker. Besides board positions, many volunteer opportunities exist to help at training days, tests, and clinics. Please consider volunteering to continue the smooth operation of our events.
Two proposals up for consideration by NAVHDA International will be discussed and voted on by the new board. One would add a fourth judge to the field event of the Invitational. Another would create a system by which the performance of judges for chapter tests could be rated by the Testing Director. Read more about these proposals here.
Beyond business issues, this is always a great opportunity to meet and socialize with like-minded pointing dog trainers.
Until then, happy hunting!
Bookings are closed for this event.