4/29/22 – Jasmine

4/29/22 – Jasmine


Discovery’s She’s To Blame Jasmine
Call Name of Pet: Jasmine
12/09/2007 – 04/29/2022

Titles earned:
CGC, RN, RA, RE, BN, CD, NA, NAJ, OA, OAJ, TKN, TDN, TD, Achiever Dog

Jasmine was my first performance dog and the reason I came to Gem City in 2008. Together we earned many titles in Rally, Obedience, Agility, and Tricks. After she was forced to retire from agility in 2017 due to injury, Jasmine became a certified therapy dog and earned her TDN and TD titles with over 60 visits to Greenewood Nursing Home, The Beavercreek Library, and Clark State. She was the best companion anyone could wish for and will forever be missed.

Member Name: Julie Jackson

Awards Night Registration and Info!

CELEBRATE YOUR DOG’S ACCOMPLISHMENTS!

What: GCDOC Awards Banquet
When: Saturday, February 18, 2023

Where: GCDOC Building

Time: 5:30 Social (bring your own snacks and drinks)
6:30 Dinner (box lunches from McAlister’s)

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!!


RESERVATIONS AND PICTURES MUST BE RECEIVED BY

FEBRUARY 4, 2023!

IF YOU PLAN TO ATTEND PLEASE DO THE FOLLOWING:   (give us 1-2 days to respond that we got your pictures)   EMAILS please no TEXTS

Awards picture (One picture only please!):  Patti Clifford ([email protected]m) put in subject line:  AWARDS 
let her know if you have something special, usually titles taken from what you turned in to the club website for your title bar.

Rainbow Bridge (These pictures are good for anyone who lost a dog, or if you know of human member loss even if you cannot attend the dinner): (1-2 pictures only):  Ronalee McKnight([email protected]) in subject line:  RAINBOW, please list dog’s call name, full name, lifetime titles, age of dog, owners name(s)

New Kids: (1-2 pictures only):  Ronalee McKnight([email protected]) in subject line:  NEW, please list
dog’s call name, full name and owners, new adopted older dogs are also included in this!

General: (1-2 pictures only):  Ronalee McKnight([email protected]) in subject line:  GENERAL—-this is for pictures of  your dog doing whatever you want, a trial picture, goofy picture, etc……

Building closed Dec 30-31

All,

Last Friday we were supposed to use a sanitizing fog in the building donated by club VP Steve Hart. Given the weather, that did not happen. So we are going to do it this week. The club building will be closed this Friday, Dec 30th and Saturday, Dec 31st (to fog the building and allow it to completely dissipate). It is a food industry operation and leaves no residue. It does not harm the equipment so nothing needs to be moved or cleaned up.

Happy New Year !

John Clifford

Have you nominated your Scotty Meyer Candidates yet?

The Scotty Meyer Memorial Award is bestowed on the GCDOC member deemed to most exemplify Scotty’s dog sportsmanship and promotion of our dog club. Nominations are made by club members on the form below; the nominees are presented at the club’s Award Banquet and the recipient is announced.
Recent past winners include C. Wright (’21), C. Keifer (’20), and L. Shiller (’19). Full list here!

This is a lifetime award, every member who hasn’t already won and is in good standing is eligible.

You can nominate more than one person!

Listed below are some attributes you may wish to consider as you think about your nominee:
-are they volunteering at events?
-are they supporting all members- new and long-standing?
-are they serving on Trial committees, work committees, the Board?
-are they teaching?
-are they friendly and outgoing to visitors and new members?

CLICK HERE TO FILL OUT THE NOMINATION FORM!

The Selection
Committee, former recipients, will choose from your nominations. A more
extensive list of past recipients is found in the Member’s section, under club
awards.

Questions and concerns can be emailed to Cathy Wright – [email protected]

Building Closed Dec 23-24th

All,

The club building will be closed  Friday, Dec 23rd to sanitize the building and the 24th for it to completely dissipate.  It is a fogging operation that is approved for use in the food industry, leaves no residue and is being done for us by Steve Hart.  It does not harm the equipment.

John Clifford