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2015 Membership Renewals

Membership renewals are due in January and must be paid no later than February 1st to keep your membership up-to-date. Anyone who became a member October-December, 2014 does not have to pay dues, but should send in a renewal form with current information for the file. The same is for Life Members. Download the form HERE.

February General Membership Meeting

The next General Membership meeting will be on Monday, February 23rd from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The location is the Wilmot Library at 530 N. Wilmot Rd. More information to follow. | DECEMBER UNAPPROVED MINUTES | AGENDA |

February BOD Meeting

The next Board of Directors meeting will be on Monday, February 2nd at 6:30pm. The location is Denny's at 5000 N. Oracle Rd. All members are welcome to attend. | JANUARY UNAPPROVED MINUTES | AGENDA |

Organized Sunday Practice At Arthur Pack

The dates have been set for members-only Fall and Spring organized practice at Arthur Pack Park. Follow the Training & Seminars link for more information, dates and for important downloads.

Congratulations Dormarth & Meaghan Awards Winners!

Saguaro Scramblers gives out these awards every year at our December USDAA trial for the highest scoring dog in Performance 3 and Masters Standard classes. In case you have ever wondered how the award is determined, we use the formula SCT - (Time + Faults). Highest score wins. Nancy Smith\Juliette (Tucson) won the Dormarth Award, and Stacy Goudy/Sobe (Phoenix) won the Meaghan Award.

NADAC Trial Nellie Award Winner and HIT Open Recipient

At our December NADAC trial, Lindsey Heins and Riggs won the Nellie Award for the top Novice dog in Regular. This award was named after Kathy McGovern’s dog. Kathy was one of the club's original members. Also, Kirsten Lake and Peeka won the HIT for Open.

Please Donate For Valley Fever Vaccine

Lisa F. Shubitz, DVM is conducting research for a canine vaccine to prevent valley fever. She works at the Valley Fever Center for Excellence, Department of Veterinary Science and Microbiology, The University of Arizona. Anyone who is concerned about valley fever or has been impacted by it should consider donating to her research. It is tax-deductible. Without additional financial support from the community, this vaccine will not happen. This may also be a stepping stone for a future human vaccine. Please go to this link to contribute whatever you can. [Dog Vaccine]

Penny & True Hit Podium at 2014 USDAA Cynosport WG

Jill Thorpe with Penny & Maureen Flaherty with True on the podium at the USDAA Cynosport World Games.Scramblers members Jill Thorpe (Penny) and Maureen Flaherty (True) take 3rd Place in the Versatility Pairs Championship at 2014 Cynoport World Games in California. They were thrilled, and we all are also for them. Congratulations!
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Doug Somerville's Newsletter

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