news & Announcements
Membership Renewal for 2016
Members may now download the membership renewal form for 2016. The STARS page has been updated, so be sure to check your status before turning in your renewal. Absolute deadline is February 1st, but the earlier the better.
Nominating Committee Slate Approved
The BOD has approved the Nominating Committee's slate of nominees to the 2016 Board. They must be voted on at the December 4th annual meeting, so please be there to vote. They are Margo Brownell (President), Glenda Laird (Vice President), Patty Helmig (Secretary), Kirsten Lake (Treasurer), Stephen Brault (Member-At-Large) and Leslie Carle (Member-At-Large).
Come To The Annual Meeting!
The SSAC General Membership Meeting, Potluck and Holiday Party will be on Friday, December 4th from 6:00pm-9:00pm at Handi Dogs: 75 S. Montego Dr. (near Broadway and Kolb). Last name starting with A-L, please bring a main Dish; M-Z please bring a side dish or salad. We will also have a gift exchange. To participate in the gift exchange, bring a wrapped gift (max price of $20). Please RSVP to Lindsey Heins at SimonSays200@cs.com. | Agenda |
Tuesday Night Practice Time Change
The setup time for Tuesday night practice at Reid Park is now 6:30pm, due to the cooling temperatures.
Member Contact List
The latest version of the SSAC contact list (11.03.2015) is now available in the Members Only section.
Welcome New Member
Please welcome Marianne Laxton as our newest member!
Special Arthur Pack Park Training Dates to Remember
November 22, January 17 and March 20 will be opportunities to videotape yourselves for NADAC qualifying runs. Also, April 3 will be a Green Day to test your "green" dogs in a trial environment. See the Training & Seminars page for more information.
December BOD Meeting
The Board of Directors meeting will be Monday, December 7th at 6:30pm at Denny's at 5000 N. Oracle Rd. All members are welcome to attend.
| November Draft Minutes | December Agenda | (to come)
Valley Fever Drug Study Continues: Needs Dogs
Dr. Lisa Shubitz is enrolling more dogs for testing the experimental antifungal drug VT-1161. | LINK |
KVOA.com Article: Valley Fever Cases Expected to Rise
"Dr. Lisa Shubitz is a veterinarian and proud mom to four dogs. But even her pets are not immune to Valley Fever....." | LINK |