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February News

Friday, February 10, 2017 10:42 AM | Anonymous

Hello CCHRC Members,

  I hope everyone is enjoying this rain and it hasn’t caused anyone problems. Hopefully the rain is filling your local training areas and you can get your dog’s back running those water setups on a regular basis.

 On February 4th we held a training day out at Goose Lake in Lost hills and had a great turn out. Those who rolled the dice on the weather were treated to a beautiful day. Our next training day will be held in Creston in northern Slo County March 4th. For those of us going up to the CRTA super singles being held on Sunday March 5th, we will try to finish with enough time to get on the road and headed to Denverton to arrive there at a decent hour. For more info on the super singles you can go to

  We also held a general membership meeting during the training day, there was no actionable items voted or decided on. Most of the topics were information only. Some of those topics where about the upcoming hunt test April 22, 23 and some of the job assignments we still need to be filled or done. If you’re looking to help please contact HT chairman Jason O. Smith. Other Items were the ongoing gun raffle we are holding to replace and repair some training equipment the club owns. Sales are going good and we still have tickets available. If you would like to purchase/ sell tickets please email or call Jason O. Smith.

  Last big item is the AKC basic and advance judging seminar being held June 2,3 and 4th in Lost Hills. If you run hunt tests or are interested in running, this is a highly recommended seminar. You don’t have to be a judge or the desire to be one. You will learn what the rules are to clarify any questions you have while learning what the judges look for and how they score your dog. You can register on Entry Express, you will find it under seminars. 

  Other big news we are now a member club of Master National Retriever Club and Master Amateur Retriever Club. Our Calendar is pretty full with training days and events so hopefully there is something for everyone and dog. You can stay up to date and schedule accordingly by checking the events page regularly on our web page. 

  As always thank you for supporting and participating CCHRC. Also if you ever have concerns, ideas and suggestions for the club please contact one of the board of directors. This is your club, we want you to get what you and your dog needs out of it. 

Hopefully we see you and your dogs soon, 
Central Coast Hunting Retriever Club 

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