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SCNC Annual Draft Workshop

Saturday April 13, 2019

Fort Harrison State Park

5753 Glenn Road, Indianapolis 46216

Delaware Shelter

12:00 noon to 3:00pm

vehicle fee $7 in-state, $9 out-of-state

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SOUTH CENTRAL NEWFOUNDLAND CLUB

38TH ANNUAL NCA DRAFT TEST

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2019

399 TRUESDEL RD

QUINCY, INDIANA

HOME OF DUANE AND JANE HUGE

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Draft Test Judges: Sue Rainey and Lawren Coulam

DIRECTIONS TO TEST SITE

From I-70 Exit 41, US 231 towards Cloverdale / Greencastle

Take the ramp towards Cloverdale/ Cataract Falls.

Turn South onto US 231 S/ N Main St.

Follow US 231 for 8.9 Miles Turn Left onto Truesdel Rd

Go 0.4 miles and 399 Truesdel Rd is on the left.

Hopefully there will be a Newfie sign at the intersection of Highway 231 and Truesdel Rd and again at the entrance to the farm off of Truesdel Rd,

There is a large sign at the drive that says:

Twin Ponds Farm, Salers Cattle, Duane and Jane Huge

This is the second drive on the left or north side of the road. Follow the drive back behind the barns.

The homestead is far back from the road.

Stewards and Volunteers Needed: No Experience Necessary. Must be willing to show up early

and stay until the end of the test. We can’t have a test without you—it’s fun and easy!

Please notify Robin Katen Test Chairman at  forevernewfs@frontier.com 

or Bob Kinney by phone at 269-663-3177 or email at bobandlawren@gmail.com.

 

Other information:

DRAFT TEST MEALS

 

On Saturday evening about 5:30, The Huge’s (our hosts for the test site)  will be having a cookout on the test site.

All are welcome.  Cost is $ 10.00 per dinner.

Please make a reservation by emailing Jane Huge at janeh@bluemarble.net or call 812.829.8317

SCNC will provide a complimentary continental breakfast with pancakes on Sunday morning for participants, stewards and judges.

Sunday Lunch will be a potluck lunch provided by SCNC members

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The South Central Newfoundland Club (SCNC) is a regional club of The Newfoundland Club of America, dedicated to preserving and protecting the Newfoundland Dog. The club promotes this goal by organizing and sponsoring working trials, including annual water and draft tests. Open to families and individuals who enjoy working and playing with their Newfs, we also provide plenty of fun and educational activities throughout the year including water and draft workshops and other social events.
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