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ASC Crating Reservation

Flushing Spaniel ShowJanuary 13, 14, 15 2017

No space provided for un-entered dogs - unless registered for the Eye Clinic

All grooming space must be reserved.

Free grooming space is available.  This space is day crating and all dogs and equipment must be removed each day one hour after judging ends.  Free grooming space does not have access to electricity or bathing facilities.

When making reservations, choose a box that is large enough to hold your crates, tables, and ex-pens.  Each exhibitor must provide heavy plastic under all ex-pens.  Shavings may be used but all shavings must be removed before leaving or exhibitor will be subject to a show committee hearing and fine.  If you have four or fewer dogs, you may submit your reservation with another exhibitor; if not, ASC reserves the right to place you with another exhibitor.  10’ x 10’ (1 electrical drop) @ $90, extra electrical drops @ $30

ASC reserves the right to limit the number of extra drops based on demand.

POSTMARK DEADLINE FOR RESERVATIONS IS DECEMBER 28, 2016. 

Reservations postmarked after the above deadline should include a $50 late fee.

Mail form and payment to:
Linda Donaldson                            Phone:  (864) 456-5880
103 Mariners Cove Road                 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Hodges,  SC  29653

CRATING RESERVATION FORM            PURCHASE FROM ASC SHOP

All ex-pens and tack areas must be labeled with exhibitor’s name.  A show committee hearing will be held if sanitary conditions are not maintained in these areas.  Public ex-pens for large breeds will be provided.

Exhibitors MUST provide plastic and shavings for crates and ex-pens.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Membership Notice for 2017 Dues - Deadline: February 1, 2017

CLICK HERE to Order ASC Flushing Show Video/DVDs

Below are the links to youtube clips of the 2017 Flushing Spaniel show.

News on the Cataract Research Project - Updated 12/31/2016


 

WON’T YOU VOLUNTEER?

This is a quote I love with regard to volunteering - “Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they just have the heart.”

Needless to say in an all-volunteer organization like the American Spaniel Club and the American Spaniel Club Foundation, volunteers make a vital difference because neither organization would exist without dedicated volunteers. Simply stated -- volunteers are essential for the health and well-being of both Clubs and ultimately our beloved flushing spaniels.

Studies show that there are six main reasons people volunteer: to make a difference in others’ lives; to support an organization or cause; to learn something new; to develop personally or professionally; to feel better about themselves; and to meet people. In other words, volunteering is personal. Advertisements that simply state an organization needs volunteers are not generally successful and I know ASC and ASCF have both found that to be true. However, just think if you could make a difference, support a cause you love (cocker spaniels and the other flushing breeds), feel good in accomplishing an important goal, and meet other people who also love spaniels, wouldn’t you want to volunteer?

As the ASC Board announced at the National Specialty in July, ASC has embarked on a strategic plan to make ASC stronger and more relevant in today’s world of pure bred dogs. There are many areas in which ASC needs help – ASC communications, including a new breed magazine, social media, the new website, breeders education, judges education and public education; membership development and events; marketing; branding; national conformation and performance events; and field events. To accomplish this strategic plan a wide variety of volunteers are needed.

I know ASC has an amazingly talented membership with diverse experiences and expertise that can help ASC accomplish its strategic goals. Accordingly, ASC would like to be sure its knows about your expertise and interests. In ASC’s Annual Mailing, which everyone should have received by now, and on the ASC website and by survey monkey, there is a Volunteer Interest Form. PLEASE fill out the form and return it to either Dee Torgerson Rismyhr or Laurie Foley. From the Annual Mailing, Laurie has already received a number of completed forms. Thank you to those members for your immediate response, but we need a response from everyone!

To give one's time and talent for a good cause is a special feeling. And to see what a group like ASC’s membership can accomplish will be amazing. WON’T YOU HELP? WON”T YOU VOLUNTEER?

I am always open to hearing your thoughts, so email me anytime at lmoore@estesokon.com


January 2016 - UPDATED NEWS ON Cocker Spaniel Cataract Research 

View Dr. Aguirre's Presentation on Cataracts & His Research Project

ASC and ASCF Join forces to Fund Cocker Spaniel Cataract Research !!

Click HERE to Make a tax-deductible donation NOW to the genetic cataract research project - Please Support our Cockers!!