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Club News

Posted: Monday, September 11, 2000

KKC July results announced

The following are the Kenai Kennel Club results from the Kenai Kennel Club show that took place July 7 through 9.

Amerac Aileron Face Th'mewzik, a golden retriever, was Winner's Bitch on Friday.

Owner: Marcia Kardatzke

Ch. Aim-hi's Alaskan Flyer, a golden retriever, was Best Opposite Sex all three days.

Owners: Marcia Kardatzke and Beverly Nolan

Manor's Gabriel Aft Midnight CD NA, a golden retriever, was Best Of Winner's on Sunday.

Owner: Janice Ashpole

Ch. Ceridwen Don't Make Me Blush, an English cocker, was Best Opposite Sex on Saturday and Sunday.

Owner: Cathryn Pearce

Nomala's Li'l Ch.ipster ML, a miniature long-haired dachshund was Reserve Winner's dog on Friday and Saturday.

Owner: Noma Moore

Tarma's Odd Man Out MLDD, a miniature long-haired dachshund was Reserve Winner's dog on Saturday.

Owner: Leslie Batchelder

Conjer's Kaleidoscope MLD, a miniature long-haired dachshund was Best Of Variety on Friday and Sunday.

Owner: Tammy Flanders

Nomala's Li'l Virginia ML, a miniature long-haired dachshund was Best Opposite Sex on Friday and Saturday and Reserve Winner's Bitch on Sunday.

Owner: Noma R Moore.

Tanglewynde Terra Cotta, a whippet was Winner's Bitch on Friday.

Owner: Pat Moss

Sugar Hill Carmel Delight, a boxer, was Reserve Winner's dog on Friday.

Owners: Nancy Wiles and Tammy and Nicole Flanders

Barbary Lane She Is Fair, a boxer, was Winner's Bitch on Sunday.

Owner: Garnet M. Williams

Cambria's Indredable Journee, a Doberman pinscher, was Best Opposite Sex on Friday.

Owner: Leslie Batchelder

Staranch Karolaska North Star, a great Pyrenees, was Reserve Winner's Bitch on Friday and Saturday.

Owners: Patricia and Timothy Stringer

Von Marc's Oh I'm Promising CD, a rottweiler, was Winner's dog on Friday, Reserve Winner's dog on Saturday.

Owners: Tammy and Wayne Bortz

Fresa's Penny's From Heaven, a smooth Chihuahua, was Best Opposite Sex on all three days.

Owner: Karen Oglesby

Ch. Ka'roo's Taylor Maid, a silky terrier, was Best Opposite Sex on Friday and Saturday .

Owners: Ronda and Karen Oglesby

Kallista's Kenai Princess, a standard poodle, was Best Of Breed all three days and group three on Friday and Sunday.

Owner: Marian Bowser

Sagacious Little Buddy Blue, an Australian cattle dog, Best Of Breed all three days and group one on Sunday.

Owners: Lori and Ray Galliher.

Ch. Ursus Borealis Forest Gump, a bouvier des Flandres, was Best Of Breed and group one on Friday and Saturday.

Owners: Terri Eddens and Renske V. Moore

Reidsan Aurora Freedom, a bouvier des Flandres, was Reserve on Saturday and Sunday.

Owners: Kevin and Mary Dougherty

Denali's Hi Top Sneakers, a shetland sheepdog was Best Opposite Sex on Friday.

Owner: Susan H. Lovett.

Denali's Passion Play, a shetland sheepdog, was Reserve on Saturday.

Owner: Susan H. Lovett

Denali's Promised Legacy, a shetland sheepdog was Best Opposite Sex on Saturday and Sunday.

Owner: Susan H. Lovett

Nicole Flanders was fourth in her class in junior showmanship all three days with her boxer Sugar Hill Carmel Delight and her miniature long-haired dachshund Nuforest Willow Rose MLD.

Kira Nickel was third in novice obedience on Friday, and qualified on Saturday with her German shepherd dog, Callaways Cobalt.

Invitation to other lands offered

Young business and professional men and women from Alaska and the Yukon may apply for the group study exchange to Australia planned for March 2001.

The exchange is a unique experience that furthers international understanding through organized travel and personal contact. The program provides travel grants for teams of young professionals to study and observe other countries' institutions, vocations and ways of life.

For applications and more information, call Barbara Hill at (907) 235-6640.

Class reunions planned

Anchorage High School classes of 1948 through 1952 will hold a reunion June 15-17, 2001, at the Regal Alaskan Hotel in Anchorage.

The original Anchorage High School was located at sixth and G on the site of today's Alaska Center for the Performing Arts. The school was demolished after a new building opened on Romig Hill in 1953.

Meetings of the reunion committee are held periodically. For more information, call Jack Brown at (907) 248-1060 or Barbara (Erickson) Jordan at (907) 688-9068.



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