HERDING - NORTHERN - WORKING
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Class List & Judges for 2017

HERDING - NORTHERN - WORKING BREEDS

FOUNDED IN 1980 BY BARBARA RZEPKA

CLASS LIST:

Section A: Working Group Conformation
Section B: Herding Group Conformation
Section C: Northern Group Conformation
Section D: Performance Adult Dog
Section E: Performance Senior Puppy - Intro to Performance Junior Puppy
Section F: Head Study


    SECTION A: WORKING GROUP

  1. Atlas Mountain Dog - Aidi
  2. Akbash
  3. Alentejo Mastiff
  4. American Bulldog
  5. Anatolian Shepherd Dog
  6. Appenzeller Mountain Dog
  7. Bernese Mountain Dog
  8. Black Russian Terrier
  9. Boxer
  10. Boxer, White
  11. Brazilian Mastiff/Fila Brasileiro
  12. Bullmastiff
  13. Cane Corso
  14. Cao de Castro Laboreiro (Portuguese Cattle Dog)
  15. Caucasian Ovcharka
  16. Central Asian Shepherd
  17. Cimarron Urguayo
  18. Danish Broholmer
  19. Doberman Pinscher - Red/rust colored markings
  20. Doberman Pinscher - Black/rust colored markings
  21. Doberman Pinscher - Blue/rust colored markings
  22. Doberman Pinscher - Fawn (Isabella)w/rust colored markings
  23. Doberman Pinscher - Z factor White
  24. Danish/Swedish Farm Dog
  25. Dogo Argentino
  26. Dogue de Bordeaux
  27. East-European Shepherd
  28. Estrela Mountain Dog
  29. German Hovawart
  30. German Pinscher
  31. Giant Schnauzer
  32. Great Dane - Brindle
  33. Great Dane - Fawn
  34. Great Dane - Harlequin Pattern
  35. Great Dane - Mantle
  36. Great Dane - Blue
  37. Great Dane - Black
  38. Great Pyrenees/Pyrenean Mountain Dog
  39. Greater Swiss Mountain Dog
  40. Komondor
  41. Kuvasz
  42. Leonberger
  43. Majorca Mastiff
  44. Maremma Sheepdog
  45. Mastiff
  46. Neapolitan Mastiff
  47. Newfoundland
  48. Perro De Presa Canario
  49. Portuguese Watchdog
  50. Portuguese Water Dog
  51. Pyrenean Mastiff
  52. Rottweiler
  53. Saint Bernard
  54. Sarplaninac
  55. Slovac Cuvac
  56. South African Boerboel
  57. Spanish Mastiff
  58. Standard Schnauzer
  59. Standard Xoloitzcuintle
  60. Tibetan Mastiff
  61. Tosa Ken
  62. Other Working Breeds Not Listed

GROUP FOUR WINNERS: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th


SECTION B: HERDING GROUP

  1. American Indian Dog/American Native Tribal Dog
  2. American White Shepherd
  3. Australian Cattle Dog
  4. Australian Kelpie
  5. Australian Shepherd
  6. Bearded Collie
  7. Beauceron
  8. Belgian Shepherd - Groenendael
  9. Belgian Shepherd - Lakenois
  10. Belgian Shepherd - Malinois
  11. Belgian Shepherd - Tervuren
  12. Bergamasco
  13. Berger de Picardie (Picardy Shepherd)
  14. Border Collie - Black and White
  15. Border Collie - All Other colors
  16. Bouvier des Ardennes
  17. Bouvier des Flandres
  18. Briard
  19. Canaan Dog
  20. Ca de Bestiar (Majorcan Shepherd)
  21. Ceskoslovensky Vlack (Czechoslovakian Wolfdog)
  22. Collie-Rough Coat
  23. Collie-Smooth Coat
  24. Croatian Sheepdog/Croatian Shepherd
  25. Dutch Shepherd
  26. English Shepherd
  27. German Shepherd Dog
  28. German Shepherd Dog - Black
  29. Icelandic Sheepdog
  30. Lancashire Heeler
  31. Louisiana Catahoula Leopard Dog
  32. Mudi
  33. Norwegian Buhund
  34. Old English Sheepdog
  35. Polish Lowland Sheepdog
  36. Portuguese Sheepdog
  37. Puli
  38. Pumi
  39. Pyrenean Shepherd
  40. Saarloos Wolfhond
  41. Schapendoes
  42. Shetland Sheepdog
  43. Stumpy Tail Cattle Dog
  44. Swedish Vallhund
  45. Welsh Corgi Cardigan
  46. Welsh Corgi Pembroke
  47. Other Herding Breeds Not Listed

GROUP FOUR WINNERS: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th


SECTION C: NORTHERN GROUP

  1. Akita
  2. Alaskan Klee Kai
  3. Alaskan Malamute
  4. American Eskimo
  5. Canadian Eskimo Dog
  6. Chinese Shar-Pei
  7. Chinook
  8. Chow Chow
  9. East Siberian Laika
  10. Eurasian
  11. Finnish Lapphund
  12. Finnish Spitz
  13. German Spitz
  14. Greenland Dog
  15. Hokkaido
  16. Japanese Spitz
  17. Jindo
  18. Kai
  19. Karelian Bear Dog
  20. Keeshond
  21. Kishu
  22. Lundehund
  23. Native American Shepherd
  24. Norbottenspetz
  25. Norwegian Buhund
  26. Norwegian Elkhound
  27. Russo-European Laika
  28. Samoyed
  29. Shiba Inu
  30. Shikoku
  31. Sibercaan
  32. Siberian Husky
  33. Siberian Indian Dog
  34. Swedish Elkhound
  35. Swedish Lapphund
  36. Tamaskan Dog
  37. Volpino Italiano
  38. West Siberian Laika
  39. Other Northern Breeds Not Listed

GROUP FOUR WINNERS: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th

BEST IN SHOW


NOTES FOR ENTRANTS:
Some breeds, e.g. Doberman Pinscher and Great Dane, have been allocated separate classes based on color. Each color class winner is awarded BOV (Best of Variety); there is no overall Best of Breed for these breeds.

"Other XYZ Breeds Not Listed", i.e. classes A62, B47 and C39, are for (a) all dogs registered with the AKC but not listed in our show and (b) dogs recognized by other sanctions and / or associations. Documentation should be provided, where appropriate. The class winner is awarded "Best of Group (BOG)"; there is no overall Best of Breed for these classes.

Puppies under the age of 8 months are to be judged as if in a natural, i.e. non-show, setting. Therefore taped ears are permitted.

NOTES FOR JUDGES:
For each breed, you need to sort the entries (photos) by gender and age: adult dog, adult bitch, puppy dog and puppy bitch. Classes should be placed from 1st to 4th. For each breed, select a "Best of Breed (BOB)" from the first place winners. Then select a "Best of Opposite Sex (BOS)" from the winners of the sex which is opposite to that of the "Best of Breed".

Several special classes – identified in the previous section - have either a "Best of Variety (BOV)" or "Best of Group (BOG)". So there is no "Best of Breed" for these classes.

White Shepherds are to be judged by the AKC GSD (German Shepherd) standards.

In the case of "Other XYZ Breeds Not Listed", i.e. classes A62, B47 and C39, if you discover that you have two or more dogs of the same breed in that class and that breed is obviously not in the classlist, then please judge them separately according to their breed standard. Insert the breed in the Judging Template with the results. Then judge the remaining "Other XYZ Breeds" as "Other" dogs.


NEW RULE: PICTURES USED IN CONFORMATION CANNOT BE USED IN THE PERFORMANCE DIVISION. A PERFORMANCE PICTURE CAN NOT BE USED MORE THAN ONCE IN THE PERFORMANCE DIVISION. .


SECTION D: ADULT DOG PERFORMANCE

    Trial/Test Herding/Penning Division
    - (Judged under AHBA, AKC, UKC, Australia or NZ Herding Rules.)   AKC Herding Web Site

  1. Herding Tested AHBA, AKC, UKC, Australia or NZ - Poultry
  2. Herding Tested AHBA, AKC, UKC, Australia or NZ - Sheep
  3. Herding Tested AHBA, AKC, UKC, Australia or NZ - Cattle
    Trial/Test Herding/Penning Division Division Dog/Bitch/Teams Champion/Reserve

    Herding/Penning or Ranch Work - Non Tested Division

  4. Herding/Penning or Ranch Work - Poultry - Non Tested
  5. Herding/Penning Sheep or Ranch Work - Non Tested
  6. Herding/Penning Cattle or Other Livestock or Ranch Work - Non Tested
    Herding/Penning or Ranch Work - Non Tested Division Dog/Bitch/Teams Champion/Reserve

    Livestock Guardian Division

  7. Livestock Guardian - Predator or Nuisance
  8. Livestock Guardian - No Predator or Nuisance
  9. Livestock Guardian - Equine Buddy
    Livestock Guardian Dog/Bitch/Teams
    Champion/Reserve

    Skilled Canine Division

  10. Guard/Personal Protection
  11. Law Enforcement - Military Work
  12. Law Enforcement - Police Work
  13. Schutzhund - DVG Rules
  14. French Ring - DVG Rules
  15. K-9 Search Dogs
    Judged under DVG Rules. Dog must display an active/searching attitude. Outdoor background in rough terrain with props. DVG Documentation
  16. Search & Rescue
  17. Cadaver Dog or Avalanche Dog
  18. All Other K-9 Skilled Performance
    Skilled Canine Division - Dog/Bitch/Teams Champion/Reserve

    Assistance Tasks Division
    Judged under IAADP guide.
    IAADP Documentation
    Froling's Article IAADP
    Must have a harness, appropriate props, or be shown assisting a handicapped person.

  19. Guide Dog (Visual Impairment)
  20. Guide Dog (Hearing Impairment)
  21. Service Dog (Mobility Impairment)
  22. Therapy Dog (Nursing Home, School visits and the like)
    Assistance Tasks Division - Dog/Bitch/Teams Champion/Reserve

    Canine Testing Division

  23. Canine Good Citizen Test 1
  24. Canine Good Citizen Test 2
  25. Canine Good Citizen Test 3
  26. Canine Good Citizen Test 4
  27. Canine Good Citizen Test 5
  28. Canine Good Citizen Test 6
  29. Canine Good Citizen Test 7
  30. Canine Good Citizen Test 8
  31. Canine Good Citizen Test 9
  32. Canine Good Citizen Test 10
    Canine Testing Division - Dog - Bitch Champion/Reserve

    Canine Harness Division

  33. Harness K9 Event - Backpacking
  34. Harness K9 Event - Carting, Sledding or Transportation
  35. Harness K9 Event - Bikejoring - 1 to 4 Dogs
  36. Harness K9 Event - Skijoring
  37. Harness K9 Event - Tracking/Transportation
  38. Harness K9 Event - Weight Pull
  39. Harness K9 Event - Any Other Recognized Event
    Canine Harness Division - Dog - Bitch - Team Champion/Reserve

    Canine Sporting Division

  40. Canine Frisbee - Disc Dog
  41. Flyball
  42. K-9 Musical Freestyle
  43. K-9 Dressage
    Canine Sporting Division - Dog - Bitch Champion/Reserve

    Canine Water Competitions Division

  44. Dock Diving
  45. Surf Board Riders
  46. Water Rescue
  47. Water Trials - Swim and Retrieve
  48. All Other Water Competitions - Ski Dogs, etc.
    Canine Water Competitions Division - Dog - Bitch Champion/Reserve

    Rally Division

  49. Rally Commands - Exercises 1-10
  50. Rally Commands - Exercises 11-19
  51. Rally Commands - Exercises 20-29
  52. Rally Commands - Exercises 30-35
  53. Rally Commands - Exercises 36-40
  54. Rally Commands - Exercises 41-45
  55. Rally Commands - Exercises 46-49
  56. Rally Commands - Exercises 50
    Rally Division Dog - Bitch Champion/Reserves

    K-9 Fun & Other Performance

  57. Conformation Handling - Adult Handler
  58. Conformation Handling - Junior Handler
  59. Childhood Companion
  60. Costume
  61. Non Competition Frisbee or Retrieval Object
  62. Realistic Tricks/Games - Circus Tricks
  63. Realistic Tricks/Games - Other Tricks and Games
  64. Dogs Running - Racing - Chasing - Playing with Another Pet
  65. TV/Movie/Entertainment Industry
  66. Any Other Fun - Non Ruled Event or Performance
    K-9 Fun & Other Performance Division Dog/Bitch/Teams Champion/Reserve

    Obedience Division

  67. Obedience: Heel on Leash - Handler Required
  68. Obedience: Heel Free - Handler Required
  69. Obedience: Figure 8 - Handler Required
  70. Obedience: Stand for Exam - Handler Optional
  71. Obedience: Recall - Handler Required
  72. Obedience: Long Sit - Handler Optional
  73. Obedience: Long Down - Handler Optional
  74. Obedience: Retrieve on Flat (retrieving a dumbell)
  75. Obedience: Retrieve over High Jump (retrieving a dumbell)
  76. Obedience: Broad Jump (no retrieve in this one & jump required)
  77. Obedience: Other Novice and Open (non-AKC or historical)
    Obedience Dog - Bitch Champion/Reserve

    Utility Obedience Division

  78. Signal Exercise (heeling, stand, stay, sit, recall)- Handler Required
  79. Scent Discrimination Article #1 - Scent Article Required
  80. Scent Discrimination Article #2 - Scent Article Required
  81. Directed Retrieve (uses gloves; no jump)
  82. Moving Stand & Examination - heeling portion - Handler Required
  83. Moving Stand & Examination - stand portion - Handler Optional
  84. Moving Stand & Examination - recall to finish portion - Handler Optional
  85. Directed Jumping (high jump / bar jump, no retrieve)
  86. Other Utility Obedience (non-AKC or historical)
    Utility Obedience Dog - Bitch Champion/Reserve

    Agility Division
    All Agility Classes are judged under an agility organizations such as AKC - NADAC - USDAA - UKC standard. It is suggested that you read up on these various organizations as they can all have various differences in their rulings and their obstacles.

  87. A Frame
  88. Teeter
  89. Dog Walk
  90. Weave Poles
  91. Jumps - Tire
  92. Jumps - Broad Jump
  93. Jumps - Panel or Bar Jump
  94. Jumps - Other Jumps
  95. Closed Tunnel
  96. Open Tunnel
  97. Pause Table
  98. Other Agility/Historical Tasks Not Listed
    Agility Division Dog - Bitch Champion/Reserve

TOP PERFORMANCE DOG & RESERVE
TOP PERFORMANCE BITCH & RESERVE
TOP PERFORMANCE TEAM/RESERVE

BEST IN PERFORMANCE
(Chosen from the 3 TOP PERFORMANCE)


    SECTION E: PERFORMANCE PUPPY

    Puppy Activities Non Ruled Events Division- Junior and Senior
  1. Puppy Manners - Verbal Commands for Pet
  2. Putting Collar and or Leash on First Time
  3. Costume
  4. Performing a Task
  5. Realistic Tricks or Games
  6. Childhood Companion
  7. Resting or Sleeping
  8. Other Performance - No Ruled Events
    Puppy Activities Non Ruled Events Division- Junior and Senior PD - PB

    Puppy Activities Herding or Guardian Division- Junior and Senior

  9. Introduction to Guardian (Sheep Only)
  10. Introduction to Herding Poultry
  11. Introduction to Herding Sheep
  12. Introduction to Herding Cattle
    Puppy Activities Herding or Guardian Division- Junior and Senior PD - PB

    Puppy Activities Agility Division- Junior and Senior

  13. Introduction to Agility Table
  14. Introduction to Agility Tunnel
  15. Introduction to Agility Poles
  16. Introduction to Agility Teeter
  17. Introduction to Agility Tire
  18. Introduction to Agility Low Jumps
  19. Introduction to Agility A Frame
  20. Introduction to Agility Dog Walk
    Agility Puppy Activities Division- Junior and Senior PD - PB

    Puppy Activities Obedience Division - Junior

  21. Introduction to Obedience Class - On Leash
  22. Introduction to Obedience Class - Off Leash
  23. Any Other Obedience Training Not Listed
    Puppy Activities Obedience Division - Junior and PD - PB

    Puppy Activities Ruled Events Division - Junior

  24. Introduction to Hunting Junior Puppy
  25. Introduction to Showmanship Handling Junior Puppy
  26. Introduction to Freestyle Music Junior Puppy
  27. Introduction to Canine Good Citizen Junior Puppy
  28. Introduction to Rally Junior Puppy
  29. Introduction to Other Ruled Events Junior Puppy
    Puppy Activities Ruled Events Division - Junior PD - PB

    Puppy Activities Utility Training Division - Senior

  30. Heel Work Off Leash
  31. Beginning Retrieve
  32. Beginning Scent Work
  33. Signal Work
  34. Baby Go Outs - Utility Training - Directed Jumping
  35. Baby Beginning Directionals for Directed Jumping
  36. Any Other Utility Training Not Listed
    Puppy Activities Utility Training PD - PB

    Puppy Activities Ruled Events Division - Senior

  37. Hunting Senior Puppy
  38. Showmanship Handling Senior Puppy
  39. Freestyle Music Senior Puppy
  40. Canine Good Citizen Senior Puppy
  41. Rally Senior Puppy
  42. Other Ruled Events Senior Puppy
    Puppy Activities Ruled Events Division - Senior PD - PB


Puppy Division Dog/Bitch Champion/Reserve

TOP PUPPY ACTIVITY DOG & RESERVE
TOP PUPPY ACTIVITY BITCH & RESERVE
TOP PUPPY ACTIVITY TEAM/RESERVE

BEST IN PUPPY ACTIVITY
(Chosen from the 3 TOP PUPPY ACTIVITY)

*PLEASE NOTE THAT MANY OF THE ACTIVITIES ABOVE FOR PUPPIES, THAT IN REAL LIFE WOULD NEED TO HAVE PROPER SUPERVISION EITHER ON CAMERA OR OUT OF THE CAMERA RANGE.


    SECTION F: HEAD STUDY DIVISION

  1. Head Study Adult Dog - Herding
  2. Head Study Adult Bitch - Herding
  3. Head Study Puppy Dog - Herding
  4. Head Study Puppy Bitch - Herding
  5. Head Study Adult Dog - Northern
  6. Head Study Adult Bitch - Northern
  7. Head Study Puppy Dog - Northern
  8. Head Study Puppy Bitch - Northern
  9. Head Study Adult Dog - Working
  10. Head Study Adult Bitch - Working
  11. Head Study Puppy Dog - Working
  12. Head Study Puppy Bitch - Working
HEAD STUDY ADULT CHAMPION & RESERVE
HEAD STUDY CHAMPION PUPPY & RESERVE

BEST IN SHOW HEADSTUDY
(Chosen from the 3 CHAMPION HEADSTUDY)


PERFORMANCE CLASSES:
GENERAL PRINCIPLES:
HNWMDC offers classes covering a wide range of canine activities. Each of these is based on real events, many of which are competitive. It is a great opportunity to have fun with your model dogs, while learning about new activities.

For the competitive events, there are rules / sanctions to be followed. For example, AKC (American Kennel Club) has regulations for obedience, rally, agility and Canine Good Citizen. Relevant links are provided within this document to other sanctioning bodies.

To assist the judge, you are expected to provide a brief description of what your entry depicts as well as a test number, if relevant. For example, "HTD III" or "Novice Obedience – Long Sit" or "Rally – Ex#5 – Right Turn". Otherwise judges will have no basis on which to evaluate your entry.

Make sure that props and handlers are used in the appropriate classes and in scale whenever possible. If any type of explanations are needed, you will need to provide documentation for the judges to read.

In other performance classes: if there are two or more of a certain type of performance, judge and list it separately from the "other" performance classes.

NOTES FOR ENTRANTS:

  1. Include the following information about your dog: Name: Lord Cedric
    Breed and Gender: German Shepherd Adult Dog
    Make: CM Border Fine Arts

  2. A brief description about the activity depicted in the photo:
    “Novice Obedience – Recall: Handler has walked 10 feet, turned, and will now call the dog.”

    Your name and address [for return of your photos].

  3. NEW RULE: PICTURES USED IN CONFORMATION CANNOT BE USED IN THE PERFORMANCE DIVISION. A PERFORMANCE PICTURE CAN BE USED MORE THAN ONCE IN ONLY THE SAME DIVISION.

  4. Presort your photos in class order.

  5. You may replace / add entries after the first show has been judged by sending them to the next judge in the show schedule.

  6. The last judge in the show schedule – normally the National Show - will return your photos. You will be expected to reimburse them for the postage.

  7. If your entry arrives late, you may be put only in the unjudged classes (if you are not using the "show train".)

  8. When your photos are returned, if you receive another entrant’s photo(s), please send it/them back to them. This is a hobby. We are kind to each other ;-)

NOTES FOR JUDGES

  1. Please observe the following common courtesy rules:
    **Do not judge the photos of anyone living in your household
    **Do not eat or drink around the photos you are judging
    **Do not smoke around the photos
    **Do not write on any photo

  2. Do not criticize publicly any photos (negative action). However, in the interests of encouraging / educating entrants, you are most welcome to share helpful hints (positive action). This is especially true if the wrong breed or gender appears to have been assigned a model.

  3. Disqualifying (DQ) entries is to be done with great care. We want to encourage entrants, not discourage them ;-) My personal preference is to place an entry last. However you are at liberty to DQ for the following reasons:
    **As the judge you are absolutely certain that the breed or gender is incorrect (although you could move the entry to the "correct" class / gender and email the entrant accordingly)
    **The information on the back of the photo is incorrect or incomplete or difficult to read
    **The performance set-up is incorrect, e.g. entrant clearly has no knowledge of rules governing that event.

  4. Scale is not to be taken into consideration, i.e. an out-of-scale entry is not to be disqualified or otherwise penalized. In-scale props are often difficult to locate and expensive to purchase; not all of us are gifted craftspersons! So please be tolerant in your judging.

  5. On the template(s) provided, list your name as the judge plus the month of the show. List all of the entrants along with the initials you have used for them in the results.

  6. Include the number of entrants in each class (as you have done for Conformation classes). The Judging Templates will guide you.

  7. Performance classes are split by gender. However in some cases you may have an entry which is a team of dogs. Please add "Team" results after the Adult Bitch (or Puppy Bitch) results for that class.

  8. In the "Other XYZ Performance Classes", if you there are 2 or more entries for a specific type of performance (e.g. Pause Box for Other Agility), then judge them and list them separately from the remaining entries.

  9. All first (1st) place model dogs in each class in each division (e.g. Skilled Canine Division) will be judged for the Champion / Reserve of that division. From those Champions you pick your TOP PERFORMANCE (and RESERVE) dogs. From your two TOP winners you pick your OVERALL BEST IN SHOW for both individual and team (if relevant).

  10. If you are running late with your judging (we all hopefully have other lives!), please inform the President (Joanna) so that she can advise other entrants.

PRESIDENT:
Joanna Richardson

MEMBERSHIP
No dues or fees.

REGISTRATION:
There is no registration required. When you show your dogs in this club, you are considered to be a member. Our point keeper, Joanna will keep points on each members dogs. She will submit a report to be published in the newsletter quarterly.

BREED SANCTIONS:
AKC rules and breed standards prevail except in the case of dogs showing in the OTHERS Classes. See the "Conformation" rules on the first page of the class list for more information.

FREE SHOWS & SHOW TRAIN INFO:
To be held the second Saturday of each month by a volunteer judge. Each show year goes from March until October. There will be no shows in November and December.

The judges will be using a "free" show train though out the year. Results of the shows will be posted on the model dog message board. If you want your pictures returned after each show, please let the judges know, because this will be your responsibility! After the first monthly point show in February, the judge may return pictures to the owners if there is a problem and any corrections need to be made.

ENTRANTS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY POSTAGE FOR PRIZES WON IN THIS CLUB

Mail In Dog Club Rules and Guidelines

Canine Companions for Independence - Link for Reference to Skilled Companion Class


2017 JUDGES:

FEBRUARY - Janice Williford
1824 McMurray Avenue
Richland, WA 99354

JULY- Jean Derench
12 Maple Street
Methuen, MA 01844

DECEMBER - Claire Smith
P. O. Box 8
Lecanto, FL 34460


2016 JUDGES:

FEBRUARY - Janice Williford
1824 McMurray Avenue
Richland, WA 99354

APRIL- Deb Carlson
3339 89th Lane
Blaine, MN 55449-6808

JULY- Julia Gronroos
1393 S Peach Street
Medford, OR 97501-4089

SEPTEBER- Jean Derench
12 Maple Street
Methuen, MA 01844

NOVEMBER- Tracy Rogalla
85 Orchard Road
Greenbrier, AR 72058


2015 JUDGES:

FEBRUARY - Janice Williford
1824 McMurray Avenue
Richland, WA 99354

MAY - Claire Smith
P. O. Box 8
Lecanto, FL 34460

AUGUST- Julia Gronroos
1393 S Peach Street
Medford, OR 97501-4089

OCTOBER- Jean Derench
12 Maple Street
Methuen, MA 01844

NOVEMBER- Donna Cappadona
101 Olive Street
Ashland, MA 01721

DECEMBER- Cynthia Jameson
4009 Redwood Avenue
Grants Pass, OR 97527


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Last Updated: November 25, 2017

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