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Latest News

April 30, 2017

The Online Membership Portal is now fully functional and ready to process the 2017 Membership Renewals. You will receive an email in May with specific directions. 

If you have not logged in for the first time yet - please do so today

If you are a junior - your parents received a notice via snail mail with a release to sign to allow us to contact you via email and process your renewal online. Please remind them to send that in ASAP! 

April 28, 2017

The brochure distributed at 2017 Specialty Banquet for the 2018 National contained an error -  please download the corrected packet.  If you have any questions - please contact Show Chair - Steve Britton. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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"Nana"

by Roger Powell

 

reprinted from Newf Tide

How often do you let your Newf be a nanny? Newfs will be nannies. All you have to do is let them. They need no training.  

When Virginia, our daughter, was six, we entered Kati in a draft test sponsored by the Bear Mountain Newf Club. Consie handled Kati in the test and, during the out-of-sight down; I hid so as not to distract Kati but watched her unbeknownst. Virginia played loudly with other kids in a wooded area behind the ring used for basic control. Clearly, Kati could hear Virginia and she was concerned. I watched Kati turn her head this way and that, looking for Consie or me. Finally, when she concluded that neither Consie nor I were paying proper attention to Virginia, she sat up, turned around, and watched Virginia until Consie returned. There was nanny work to be done and she did it. 

 

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