California State Rabbit and Cavy Breeders Association Annual Convention

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1 California State Rabbit and Cavy Breeders Association Annual Convention March 5 to March 7, 2016 Stanislaus County Fairgrounds North Broadway, Turlock, California General Chairman: Rabbit Superintendents: Cavy Superintendent: Rabbit Secretary: Cavy Secretary: Judges Conference: Youth Education: Royalty Chairman: Awards: Awards Table: Vendors: Sanctions: Cal State Merchandise: Judges Hospitality: Specialty Shows: Set Up & Tear Down: Raffle Committee: Show Committee Chris Zemny Timmy Bauer & Lauralee Erbe The Golden State Cavy Breeders Association Dolores Morris Terrie Moon Joe Lugo Jennifer Ambrosino Jennifer Ambrosino Kassi Sieber Kathi Lugo Ray Stacy Chris Zemny & Scott Williamson Kathi Groves Nicole Brockriede Chris Zemny Timmy Bauer & Lauralee Erbe Jennifer Ambrosino & the Cal State Royalty kids Rabbit Judges Eric Stewart, PA Cheryl Blackman, TX Piper Smith, NY Johnny Hausener, PA Cole Rupperecht, ND Kevin Stanford, AZ Allan Ormond, UT Doug King, CA Cathy Szychulda, CA Tracy Gouette, CA Allen Mesick, CA Joe Lugo, CA Ray Stacy, CA Mike Perez, CA Kendal Bledsoe, CA Allen Barr, CA Melissa Magee, CA (Sat. only) Chris Zemny, CA (Sun. only) Scott Williamson, CA (Sun. only) Caitlyn Voohrees, CA (Sun. only) Cavy Judges Jason Whithurst, OR - Saturday Armando Cabrera, CA - Saturday Allen Barr, CA - Sunday Julieet Hamak, CA - Sunday Rabbit Registrar Samantha Henderson, ARBA Registrar Samantha will be available both Saturday and Sunday to registrar rabbits. Rabbits must be six months old and free of disqualifications to be registered. Be sure to have your ARBA membership card and the rabbit s pedigree available.

2 Schedule of Events Friday Evening: 5:00 PM Showroom opens - Buildings E-1for Open Rabbits, E-2 for Youth rabbits, and E-7 for cavies 7:00 PM ARBA Judges Conference - Building E-2 10:00 PM Showroom closes Saturday: 6:30 AM Showroom opens - Buildings E-1, E-2 and E-7 8:30 AM Open & Youth rabbit judging begins - Shows A & B - Buildings E-1 for Open & E-2 for Youth Single Fryer & Meat Pen contests begin - Building E-2 Cavy judging begins - Shows A & B - Building E-7 Note: Cavy youth will begin after the Open cavies but you must check in by 8:00 AM 8:00 AM Check-in for Royalty Contest - Building E-2. You must check-in to participate 8:30 AM Royalty contest begins - Building E-2 9:00 AM Sign up for Individual Breed ID and Judging contests - Building E-2 10:00 AM Start time for Individual Breed ID and Judging contests 12:00 PM Cal State Board Meeting - Building E-2 5:30 PM Youth Breed ID Workshop - Building E-2 (ends at 7 PM) 7:00 PM Showroom closes Sunday: 6:30 AM Showroom opens - Buildings E-1, E-2 and E-7 8:30 AM Open & Youth rabbit Judging - Shows C & D - Building E-1for Open, E-2 for Youth Open & Youth Cavy Judging - Shows C & D - Building E-7 8:00 AM Showmanship registration - Building E-2 9:00 AM Start time for showmanship - Building E-2 12:00 PM Cal State General Membership Meeting - Building E-1 5:00 PM Showroom closes. All animals must be removed from the showrooms. A raffle benefiting our Cal State Youth program will be available all day Sat. and Sun. in building E-2 A raffle benefiting future Cal State Cavy shows will be available in building E-7 Sponsored by the Golden State Cavy Breeders The food booth will be in building E-2 Vendors will be available in both buildlings E-1 & E-2 We will have new Cal State aprons and sweatshirts available for sale at the show in building E-1 ARBA Sanction Numbers: Open A Saturday: KOA3934 Youth A Saturday: KYA3938 Open B Saturday: KOA3935 Youth B Saturday: KYA3939 Open C Sunday: KOA3938 Youth C Sunday: KYA3940 Open D Sunday: KOA3937 Youth D Sunday: KYA3941

3 Show Entry Information Open Rabbits - Bldg. E-1 Youth Rabbits - Building E-2 Open and Youth Cavies - Building E-7 Judging to start at 8:30 AM on both Saturday and Sunday Entry Fees: $ 5.00 for 1 show $ 7.50 for 2 shows ($3.75 per show) $11.00 for 3 shows ($3.66 per show) $14.00 for 4 shows ($3.50 per show) Fur Entry Fee (rabbits only) $1.00 per rabbit per show All fur to be breed fur, and all fur entries must be entered in their respective breeds. Send all OPEN and YOUTH Rabbit entries to: Dolores Morris McHenry Road Escalon, CA Send all OPEN and YOUTH Cavy entries to: Terrie Moon 1622 G Street Rio Linda, CA (prior to 8:30 PM only) ALL ENTRIES ARE DUE Postmarked by Thursday, Feb. 25th ed by midnight on Monday, Feb. 29th ALL ENTRYS WILL RECEIVE A CONFIRMATION, PLEASE CHECK IT CAREFULLY. If you do not receive a confirmation, your entry was not received and you are not entered. Changes can be made to the variety, sex, class and ear number, prior to the confirmation due date. There will be no day of show entries. There will be NO CHANGES for variety, sex or class after the confirmation due date. All entry fees must be prepaid to the appropriate show secretary prior to the start of judging. If you should not attend, you are still responsible for paying your entry fees. Ear changes for the same variety, sex, and class will only be allowed at the table before judging begins. It is the exhibitors responsibility to see that the all ear number changes are correct on the judging cards and on the control sheets. Please help out our show secretary when entering rabbits & cavies by entering your animals as listed in the ARBA Standard of Perfection. If you are not sure how to enter, please look it up in the standard, or ask someone to help you. If your breed is not sanctioned, you can donate the sanction fee. Please contact Chris for any additions. Spice of Life Catering featuring their famous Garlic sauce Will be serving lunch from the kitchen in Building E-2

4 Cal State Royalty Contest Building E-2 Jennifer Ambrosino, Royalty Chairman SATURDAY 8:00 AM Check in for Royalty Contest applicants - Building E-2 You must check in if you are going to participate. You must be a member of Cal State to participate in Royalty, Management & Achievement contests. 8:30 AM Royalty Contest Begin Applications must be received by midnight, February 16th. You can obtain applications from Jennifer Ambrosino at or at or on our Facebook page Cal State Convention If you are participating in the royalty contest, you must make arrangements for someone else to carry your rabbits if you are showing. It is acceptable for parents to help carry your rabbits during the royalty contest. 9:00 AM Check in for Individual Breed ID and Judging Contests - Building E-2 You must check in if you are going to participate. We are in need of senior rabbits & cavies for the Breed ID contest and classes of four, for the judging contest on Sat. The rabbits cannot be entered on Sat. Please contact Jennifer at above if you can help. 10:00 AM Individual Breed ID and Judging Contests begin - Building E-2 5:30 PM Youth Breed ID Workshop - Building E-2 SUNDAY 8:00-10 AM Check in for Showmanship - Building E-2 Cost is $5.00. Checks to be made out to Cal State or CSRCBA You must check in if you are going to participate. 9:00 AM Showmanship classes begin - Building E-2 Be sure to wear proper attire for showmanship. Cal State Convention Headquarters Fairfield Inn & Suites 3301 Countryside Drive, Turlock, CA Alternative Hotels Holiday Inn Express Sunshine Inn Motel RV & Camping RV sites are available at the fairgrounds for a fee of $25 per night. If you would like to rent a space, please contact Chris Zemny - Checks should be payable to Stanislaus Co. Fair, and paid upon check in to the resident caretaker at the fair RV area. Fees can also be paid at the fair office.

5 Youth Breed ID Workshop Saturday - 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM - Bldg. E-2 Jennifer Ambrosino, Cal State Royalty Chairman Katealyn Schali, ARBA Registrar, Past Cal State Queen Come and hone your breed ID skills for royalty contests. No charge and no preregistration required. Youth JackPot Meat Pen & Single Fryer This is a special contest for youth only Judge: Cheryl Blackman, TX Supreme Champion: $100 - donated by Randy Shumaker & Allen Mesick 1st Place Meat Pen: $100 - donated by Cal State 2nd Place Meat Pen: $50 - donated by Chris & Matt Zemny 3rd Place Meat Pen: $25 - donated by Manual Hildalgo 1st Place Singlel Fryer: $100 - donated by Cal State 2nd Place Single Fryer: $50 - donated by Scott Williamson 3rd Place Single Fryer: $25 - donated by Manual Hildalgo To enter this contest, just enter a Meat Pen or Single Fryer for the Sat. A show. All meat pen and single fryer entries for the Saturday A show, will be automatically entered in this contest. You do not need to be a Cal State member to participate in this contest. ARBA Judge s Conference Friday evening - Building E-2-7:00 PM Moderator: Joe Lugo, ARBA District Director & ARBA Judge This conference is free & open to everyone. 7:00 PM Posing and Handling Melissa Magee, ARBA Judge, CA 7:20 PM Mini Rex Piper Smith, ARBA Judge, PA 7:40 PM Rex Fur Cathy Szchulda, ARBA Std. Comm. Chair., CA 8:00 PM Netherland Dwarfs Cole Rupperecht, ARBA Judge, ND 8:20 PM Break Snack will be provided 8:40 PM Depth to Width Ratio: the Elusive, the Ideal Allen Mesick, ARBA Judge, CA 9:00 PM American Chins Allan Ormond, ARBA Judge, UT 9:20 PM English Spots Allen Barr, ARBA Judge, CA 9:40 PM The Y s of Showing Scott Williamson, ARBA Judge, CA 10:00 PM End of ARBA Judge s Conference

6 Show Rules 1. The Cal State Rabbit and Cavy Show is an official ARBA Sanctioned show and will be governed by the latest, revised ARBA Show rules. Filing of an entry implies acceptance of these and the following rules. 2. This is an official CSRCBA Sweepstakes Show. To quality for sweepstakes points, exhibitors must be Cal State members, or join at the show. 3. There will be a double Open and double Youth rabbit & cavy show on Saturday, and a double Open and double Youth rabbit & cavy show, as well as specialty shows on Sunday. 4. All exhibitors will receive a confirmation. Please check it carefully and submit changes by the due date. 5. Exhibitors are responsible for any ear change substitutions in the same variety, sex, or class. Changes must be made on the control sheets prior to judging. NO changes will be allowed for breed, variety, sex and class. 6. All rabbits must have a clear, legible, permanent ear tattoo in their left ear. All cavies must be permanently ear tagged. 7. Exhibitors are responsible for getting their rabbits to and from the judging tables. No classes will be recalled. 8. The show committee reserves the right to reject any entry and shall decide upon any questions which are not covered by these show rules. 9. All animals are entered at the owners own risk. 10. No one will be allowed behind the show tables, except for those authorized by the show committee. 11. Parents or guardians will be held responsible for their children s behavior during the show and will be held liable for any damages caused by them. 12. For safety reasons, all aisles and doors must be kept unrestricted at all times. Please do not set up chairs or tables until after 8:30 AM on Sat. 13. Tables will be provided for cavy exhibitors in building E-7. No additional tables will be allowed. 14. No alcoholic beverages, smoking, or other animals (except rabbit and cavies), will be allowed in the showroom. ONLY service dogs are excepted from this rule. 15. All sale rabbits must be at least eight weeks old and minimum weight for their respective breed. 16. No sales of merchandise will be allowed without previous arrangements. Vendors will be set up in both buildings E-1 and E-2 and must be paid for in advance. Anyone selling items outside of approved booth space will be asked to pay a $25 fee. Youth fund raising items are exempt from this rule, but must be approved ahead of time by vendor chairman, Ray Stacy. For example: 4-H bake sales or candy drives are acceptable, but must be set up in building E-2. Ray Stacy is in charge of booth rentals and can be contacted at 17. All awards must be picked up by the end of the show. No awards will be mailed. No placement ribbons will be awarded. SPECIAL THANKS TO THE FOLLOWING FOR DONATING BREED SANCTIONS American Chin Open A, B C, D Melinda Smith American Fuzzy Lop Open & Youth A, B C, D Carol Green Britannia Petite Youth A, B, C, D Elaine & Ariel Spotswood Cavy Open & Youth A, B, C, D Golden State Cavy Breeders Assoc. Champagne Open A, B Jordin Miner Champagne Open C, D Tracy Gouette Cinnamon Open & Youth A, B, C, D Donna Crosby English Spot Open A, B, C, D Jaci Tatro English Spot Youth A, B, C, D Sarah Martin Jersey Wooly Youth A, B, C, D Luke and Jan Humecky Lilac Open A, B, C, D Kelly Hinde Florida White Open & Youth A, B, C, D Paul & John Fickus Palomino Open & Youth A, B, C, D Dee Moran Satin/ Mini Satin Youth A, B, C, D Ray Stacy Rex Open A, B Judy Atchinson Rex Open C, D Amanda Wilson Tan Open & Youth A, B, C, D Ricochet Rabbits: Sara Glashan & Kelly Hinde Silvers Open & Youth A, B, C, D Jann Hall

7 CAVY SHOW Youth Rabbits Royalty Contests Food Vendor Open Rabbits and Vendors FAIRGROUNDS MAP BLDG E-1 Open Rabbit Shows, Vendors BLDG E-2 Youth Rabbit Shows, Royalty Contests, Food Booth, Vendors, Raffle BLDG E-7 Open & Youth Cavy Shows

8 SATURDAY & SUNDAY SPECIALTY SHOWS MINI LOP - OPEN & YOUTH Sponsored by the So. California Mini Lop Rabbit Club Entries to: Kassi Sieber-Laughlin 9684 Warnerville, Oakdale, CA (209) Postmark by 2/25 by 2/29 CINNAMON - OPEN & YOUTH Sponsored by the Western Cinnamon RBA Entry fee: $4.00 per rabbit Entries to: Donna Crosby P O Box 794, Biggs, CA Postmark by 2/25 by 2/29 AMERICAN FUZZY LOP - OPEN Sponsored by: High Flying Fuzzies Specialty Show Entry Fee: $3/rabbit; $1/wool Entries to: Carol Green by 2/29 JERSEY WOOLY - OPEN & YOUTH Sponsored by the Pacific Coast Wooly Club Entries to: Angel LeSage by 2/29 Saturday & s MINI REX - OPEN - Saturday MINI REX - OPEN & YOUTH - Sunday Sponsored by the Gold Rush Mini Rex Club Entries to: Marcie Jones by 2/29 NEW ZEALAND - OPEN Sponsored by the West Coast New Zealand RBA Entries to: Dolores Morris by 2/29 Be sure to indicate your entry is for the NZ specialty FRENCH & ENGLISH LOPS - OPEN & YOUTH Sponsored by the North Cal Lop Club Entry fee: $4.00 per rabbit Entries to: Donna Crosby P O Box 794, Biggs, CA Postmark by 2/25 by 2/29 Saturday Specialty Show HOLLAND LOP - OPEN & YOUTH Sponsored by Nor Cal Holland Lop Club Entries to: Chris Zemny by 2/29 Saturday Specialty Show SATIN & MINI SATIN OPEN Sponsored by the The Satin Club Entry fee: $3.00 per rabbit, $1.00 per fur entry Entries to: Dolores Morris by 2/29 ENGLISH SPOTS - OPEN Sponsored by the Golden State English Spot RBA Entry fee: $4.00 per rabbit Entries to: Jaci Tatro by 2/

9 NETHERLAND DWARF OPEN Sponsored by the CNDC Entries to: Colette Seieroe by 2/ HAVANA - OPEN Sponsored by the Western Havana Owners (WHO), Fur $1.00 per rabbit Entries to: Alan Rafferty by 2/29 POLISH OPEN Sponsored by the California Polish RBA Entry fee: $ Club members $ Non members CASH ONLY Entries to: Gail Aruta by 2/29 ARBA Sanction OFFICIAL ARBA SANCTIONED SHOW, ARBA Executive Director, PO Box 5667, Bloomington, Illinois ARBA website: net. Membership Dues: $20.00 per yr., 3 yrs. $ Combination Husband & Wife: $30.00 per yr., 3 yrs. $ OFFICIAL ARBA YOUTH SANCTIONED SHOW, ARBA Executive Director, PO Box 5667, Bloomington, Illinois ARBA website: Membership Dues: $12.00 SANCTIONED BREEDS OPEN & YOUTH NATIONAL ANGORA RBC, INC Margaret Bartold 909 Highway E, Silex, MO (573) , Membership: Adult - $10, $18 2 yrs, $27 3 yrs; Youth - $5, $10 2 yrs, $15 3 yrs; Rabbitry (two people at the same address) - $15, $25 2 yrs, $35 3 yrs; Family - $20, $30 2 yrs, $40 3 yrs; Canada: add $8 to above fees. All other foreign: add $10 to above fees. Sanction Fees: OPEN $12.00 All 4 Breeds (youth sanction is free when obtained with open); OPEN only $12.00 all 4 breeds; YOUTH only $5.00 All 4 Breeds; FAIR SHOWS $5.00 for each breed or $12.00 Send Sanction Requests/Show Reports to: Margaret Bartold AMERICAN FUZZY LOP RABBIT CLUB Deb Levisay, 1007 Country Club Lane, Spencer, IA (712) Membership: Individual, Adult/Youth - $17; Renewal - $12; 3 Yrs - $37; Renewal - $32; Family - $22 + $2 per child; Renewal - $17 + $2 per child; 3 Yrs - $54 + $6 per child; Renewal - $48 + $6 per child; Canadian - $22 US/yr (Single); All other foreign - $35 US/yr (Single) Sanction Fees: OPEN $ YOUTH $8.00 Send Sanction Requests/Show Reports to: Rob Grady PO BOX 267, Elbert, CO (303) OPEN & YOUTH - Donated by Carol Green AMERICAN CAVY BREEDERS ASSOCIATION Dan McParland, 2719 Coventry Lane, Ocoee, FL 34761, Membership: Adult - (New) $25, (Renewal) $20, 3 yrs (New) $60, 3 yrs (Renewal) $55; Youth - (New) $20, (Renewal) $15, 3 yrs (New) $45, 3 yrs (Renewal) $40; Family - (New) $30, (Renewal) $25, 3 yrs (New) $75, 3 yrs (Renewal) $70; Canadian Members Add $5/yr, Other Foreign Add $20/yr; Sanction Fees: OPEN $ YOUTH $8.00 Send Sanction Requests to: Dan McParland (address above) Send Show Reports to: Rosie & Tara McParland 2719 Coventry Ln Ocoee, FL or to: Donated by Golden State Cavy Breeders Assoc. CALIFORNIAN RABBIT SPECIALTY CLUB, INC Jerry Hicks Prairie Creek Rd, New Berlin, Il (217) Membership: Adult - $10, 3 yrs $28; Youth - $5, 3 yrs $15; Husband/ Wife - $15, 3 yrs $43; Family - $15 (plus $2 each youth), 3 yrs $43 (plus $6 each youth)youth must join at same time as adults. Sanction Fees: OPEN $ YOUTH $5.00 Send Sanction Requests to: Jerry Hicks (address above) Send or ONLY Show Reports to: Richard Gehr 190 N First Ave, Coal City, IL CINNAMON RABBIT BREEDERS ASSOC Margaret Howard-Weigel, W248 N7411 Beverly Lane Sussex, WI Membership: Adult - $10, 3 yrs $25; Youth - $5, 3 yrs $10; Husband/ Wife - $15, 3 yrs $40; Family $15/yr plus $2/youth, 3 yrs $40 plus $5/youth Sanction Fees: OPEN $ YOUTH $6.00 Show Reports may be ed to: DONATED BY DONNA CROSBY AMERICAN DUTCH RABBIT CLUB Janet Bowers, 3520 Baker Rd, Olivet, MI 49076, Membership: Adult - (New) $15, (Renewal) $10; Youth - (New) $13, (Renewal) $8; Husband/Wife - (New) $19, (Renewal) $14; Family - (New) $25, (Renewal) $20; Sanction Fees: OPEN $12.00; YOUTH $10.00 Send to: Janet Bowers (address above) Send Show Reports to: Tiffany Wayne th Ave Ellendale, MN (507) football_ AMERICAN ENGLISH SPOT RABBIT CLUB Michael Wiley Sr, 5772 Owenton Rd, Stamping Ground, KY Membership: Adult $15, Youth $12, Family $25. Foreign same as US. Sanctions: Open $12, Youth $7. Send sanctions tomichael Wiley (address above), Send show reports to Heather dunaway 1440 E 175 N, Franklin, IN americanenglishspot. weebly.com OPEN DONATED BY JACI TATRO YOUTH DONATED BY SARAH MARTIN FLORIDA WHITE RABBIT BREEDERS ASSOC Jane Meyer 1795 N E. Rd Thawville, IL (217) Membership: Adult - $7, $18 3 yrs; Youth - $5, $12 3 yrs; Husband/Wife (or partners) - $10, $25 3 yrs; Family - $15, $40 3 yrs; Single Life - $100, H/W $175; Sanction Fees: OPEN $10.00; YOUTH $5.00; OPEN/ YOUTH Combination $10.00 Send Sanction Requests/Show Reports to: Jane Meyer (address above) DONATED BY JOHN & PAUL FICKAS LOP RABBIT CLUB OF AMERICA Sandy Bennett, 323 Macedon Dr, Lexington, SC Membership: Adult - (New) $11, (New 2 yr) $16, (Renewals) $8/ year; Youth - (New) $10, (New 2 yr) $14, (Renewals) $7/yr; Husband/ Wife - (New) $15, (New 2 yr) $24, (Renewal) $12/yr; Family - (H/W fee plus $5/child/year); Foreign add $6/year; Sanction Fees: OPEN $12.00; YOUTH $6.00 Show Reports and Sanction Requests to: Richard Gehr, 190 N First Avenue, Coal City, IL www. lrca.us/ NATIONAL JERSEY WOOLY RABBIT CLUB Laurie Owen, 660 W Riddle Ave, Ravenna, OH (330) , Membership: Adult - (New)$15, $35 3 yrs, (Renewal) $12, $25 3 yr; Youth - (New) $12, (Renewal) $9; Family (2 Adults and any children under 19 residing at same address) - $25, $60 3 yr; First Class option for newsletter - $5/year; Foreign Surcharge - $5/year; Sanction Fees: OPEN $10.00; YOUTH $10.00 Send Sanction Requests/Show Reports to: Dennis Alsup, 1625 Carriage Lane, Cookeville, TN Youth Donated by Luke and Jan Humecky HAVANA RABBIT BREEDERS ASSOC Tanya Zimmerman, N9487 Walnut Rd, Clintonville, WI (715) Membership: Adult - $8, $20 3 yrs; Youth - $6, $ yrs; Husband/ Wife - $11.50, $ yrs; Family - $11.50 ($3.50/child); Foreign Membership - Add $5 to each option; Sanction Fees: OPEN $7.00; YOUTH $5.00; OPEN/YOUTH Combination $10.00 Send Sanction Requests/Show Reports to: Tanya Zimmerman AMERICAN HIMALAYAN RABBIT ASSOCIATION Errean Kratochvil 7715 Callan Ct, New Port Richey, FL (727) Membership: Adult - $10, $25 3 yrs; Youth - $8, $20 3 yrs; Husband/ Wife - $12, $30 3 yrs; Family - $12, $30 3 yrs (plus $2/child/year); Sanction Fees: OPEN $ YOUTH $3.00 OPEN/YOUTH combination - $10.00 Send Sanction Requests to: Errean Kratochvil Send Show Reports to: Teri Peterson County Road 32, Platteville, CO HOLLAND LOP RABBIT SPECIALTY CLUB Pandora Allen, 2633 Seven Eleven Rd Chesapeake, VA (757) Membership: Adult -$15; Youth - $12; Husband/Wife - $19; Family - $22 Canada/New Mexico: Add $5 per year service charge. Sanction Fees: OPEN $15.00; YOUTH $10.00 Send Sanction Requests/Show Reports to: Cheri Bushee, PO Box 27, Spencerville, IN 46788, AMERICAN MINI LOP RABBIT CLUB Judy Todd 1617 Douglas Lane Lebanon, IN Membership: Adult - (New) $15, $40 3 yr, (Renewal) $12, $30 3 yrs; Youth - (New) $12, $30 3 yr, (Renewal) $8, $20 3 yrs; Husband/Wife - (New) $20, $52 3 yr, (Renewal) $15, $40 3 yrs; Family - (New) $25, $70 3 yr, (Renewal) $20, $55 3 yrs; Sanction Fees: OPEN $13.00; YOUTH $10.00 US funds only Send Sanction Requests/Show Reports to: Nicole Schmitt 505 E Henry Clay St #104 Whitefish Bay, WI NATIONAL MINI REX RABBIT CLUB Doug King 2719 Terrace Ave Sanger, CA Membership: Adult - $25, $55 3 yrs; H/W - $30, $70 3 yrs; Family - $45, $115; Youth - $25, $55 3 yrs; Adult Foreign - $50, $110 3 yrs; H/W Foreign - $60, $140 3 yrs; Family Foreign $90, $230 3 yrs Sanction Fees: OPEN $15.00; YOUTH $15.00 Send Sanction Requests to: Doug King (address above) Send Open Show Reports to: Margaret Potter 1401 W Sian Drive Sanford, MI Send Youth Show Reports to: Christy Posey 276 Coleman Bridge Rd Aiken, SC

10 AMERICAN NETHERLAND DWARF RABBIT CLUB Susan Clarke Smith, 864 Barkers Creek Road, Whittier, NC (828) Membership: Adult - (New) $15, $40 3 yr, (Renewal) $13, $35 3 yrs; Youth - (New) $10, $25 3 yr, (Renewal) $8, $20 3 yrs; Family (2 members) - (New) $20, $45 3 yr, (Renewal) $15, $37 3 yrs; Family (3+ members) - (New) $25, $50 3 yr, (Renewal) $20, $42 3 yrs; Canada & Mexico - Add $8/year; All Other Foreign - Add $15/year; US Funds. Sanction Fees: OPEN $15.00; YOUTH $10.00 Send Sanction Requests/ Show Reports to: Richard Gehr, 190 N First Ave, Coal City, IL PALOMINO RABBIT CO-BREEDERS ASSOC Cathy Dunkle, PO Box 84, Latah, WA , Membership: Adult - $8, $20 3 yr; Youth - $5, $10 3 yr; Husband/Wife (or 2 adults) - $12, $30 3 yr; Family - $12 plus $2.50/child; $30 plus $7.50/child 3 yr; Foreign - Add $2 extra/person/year; Sanction Fees: OPEN $ YOUTH $5.00 (Youth free with Open) Send Show Reports to: Cathy Dunkle, address above. DONATED BY DEE MORAN AMERICAN POLISH RABBIT CLUB Patti Walthro, 2405 Greenridge Ct, Euless, TX (817) Membership: Adult - $10, $25 3 yr; Youth - $8, $20 3 yr; Husband/Wife (or 2 individuals at the same address) - $12, $30 3 yr; Family - $15, $35 3 yr; Foreign Membership - Add $10/year to above fees; Sanction Fees: OPEN $10.00; YOUTH $10.00 Send Sanction Requests to: Patti Walthrop Send Show Reports to: Ken McCracken, Spring Cypress Rd, Cypress, TX (832) AMERICAN SATIN RABBIT BREEDERS ASSOC Gina Cavender PO Box 5 Jamestown, IN (765) Membership: Adult - (New) $17, $35 3 yr, (Renewal) $12, $30 3 yr; Youth - (New) $14, $28 3 yr, (Renewal) $9, $23 3 yr; Husband/Wife - (New) $19, $40 3 yr, (Renewal) $14, $35 3 yr; Family - (New) $22, $46 3 yr, (Renewal) $17, $41 3 yr; Sanction Fees: OPEN $ YOUTH $8.00 Send Sanction Requests to: Gina Cavender (Address Above) Send Show Reports to: Bob Birman Schaffer Drive Warrenton, OR OPEN DONATED BY CAL STATE YOUTH DONATED BY RAY STACY NATIONAL SILVER RABBIT CLUB Frances Petty, Dexter Dr, Thornton, CO (720) Membership: Individual - $7, $ yr; Youth - $5, $10 3 yr; Husband/ Wife - $10; $25 3 yrs; Family - $12.50, $30 3 yr; Sanction Fees: OPEN/YOUTH $7.00 (YOUTH free when requested with OPEN) Send Sanction/Show Reports to: Address Above DONATED BY JANN HALL AMERICAN TAN RABBIT CLUB Paula Schultz, 105 Ulsterville Rd., Pine Bush, NY 12566, , Membership: Single $13, Youth $10, H/W $17, Family $20, Lifetime $80 Sanction Fees: OPEN $10/ YOUTH $4, Send reports to Jodi Hrtman, 4014 Country Rte 14, Canisteo, NY Send sanction reqests to Paula Schultz (above0. Donated by Sara Gllashan & Kelly Hinde SANCTIONED BREEDS OPEN ONLY AMERICAN BEVEREN RABBIT CLUB Meg Whitehouse, 480 Colts Neck Rd., Farmingdale, NJ , Membership: $7.50, Family $10 w childeren, add. $2.50 per extra child, Foreign add $3.00. Sanction Fees: Open $7.00, Youth $5.00 Send sanction requests to Meg Whitestone (above) AMERICAN CHINCHILLA RABBIT BREEDERS ASSOC. Crystal Krienke-Bonkoski PO Box 505 Schofield, WI (715) Membership: Individual, Adult - $9; Youth - $6; 3 Yrs Adult - $20; Youth - $12; H/W - $13; 3 Yrs - $30; Family - $13 + $2/child; Life Membership: $100.00; All foreign add $5.00 to above fees. Sanction Fees: OPEN $ YOUTH $4.00 Send Sanction Requests/ Show Reports to: Crystal Krienke-Bonkoski (Address Above) org OPEN DONATED BY MELINDA SMITH FEDERATION OF NEW ZEALAND RABBIT BREEDERS Lori Basgill Peters Rd Crosby, TX (281) Membership: Adult - $15, (Renewal) $13; Youth - $13, (Renewal) $8; Husband/Wife - $17, (Renewal) $15; Family - $28, (Renewal) 23; Canada - $16, (Renewal) $14; Foreign - (New or Renewal) $40/person; Lifetime - $240/person or $250 for H/W; Sanction Fees: OPEN $12.00; YOUTH $8.00 Send Sanction Requests/Show Reports to: Lori Basgil (address above) NATIONAL LILAC RABBIT CLUB OF AMERICA Robert Koch, N3650 Oak Ridge Rd, Waupaca, WI Membership: Adult - $4; Youth - $4; Husband/Wife - $8; Family - $8; Sanction Fees: OPEN $ YOUTH $5.00 (Youth free if requested with Open) Sanction Requests/Show Reports to: Robert Koch nlrca.webs.com OPEN DONATED BY KELLY HINDE CHAMPAGNE D ARGENT RABBIT FEDERATION Lauren Rasher, 766 CR 1730, Grapeland, TX (936) Membership: Adult - $10, $27 3 yrs; Youth - $8; Husband/Wife - $12, $33 3 yrs; Family or Rabbitry - $15, $42; New members please add add a $5.00 one-time fee; Foreign add $15 surcharge per year. 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