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COVID-19 go away

Updated: Jun 16

Well, here it is a Juneuary day. Many of us are moving on to summer projects and taking some of our dogs for walks. Others are still running if its cool enough. In any case, we normally celebrate our canine friends this month, but our celebration awards banquet is also cancelled. With luck, we will be able to resume this fall. Camp Koinonia will need our business and our collective family will want to get together around the campfire after a good day of working with our dogs.


This break does have one nice aspect - a break for our volunteers. Come fall, maybe some of you will consider helping at our races! We always run on a self sufficient style - very few trail spotters, timers, clean up crews, or chute handlers, but it still takes effort to mark the race courses, set up race order, timers etc. In the meantime, stay physically distant and do NOT get COVID-19 so we can keep our collective numbers down therefore resulting in events this fall.


For our Rainbow Bridge Celebration this year, I will assemble a power point that will be stored on this website. Please send a photo and a short bio / story about your dog to NWSledDog@gmail.com by the end of June.


Don't forget club dues renewal is due July 1st. Pay via online link on Join page. See previous blog post about club elections.

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