Dedication

He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog.
You are his life, his love, his leader.
He will be yours, faithful and true,
to the last beat of his heart.
You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion."
-- Unknown

Breaking Announcements

The club picnic for tonight, July 18th, has been cancelled because of the weather.

 

Key City Kennel Club's annual Agility Trial

will be held September 2, 3 & 4 at the Nicollet County Fairgrounds in St Peter, MN.

The premium list for entering the trial is now available on the show secretary's website:

http://agilitysec.weebly.com/…/7/2/167259…/premiumkckc17.pdf
Entries open on Wednesday July 12th and close on Wednesday August 16th.

these classes become closed.

History Bites from Pat Hooey ~


The Key City Kennel Club began out of obedience classes taught by Holly Sue Erwin and Pat Johnson.  They found a group of people in this area who were interested in starting a kennel club.  Holly Sue Erwin and Pat Johnson put on a fun match.  Out of the fun match, came the first organizational meeting with twenty people attending.  Of those twenty, two were officers in the Albert Lea Kennel Club.  Harold McMillen was selected the first chairman.  McMillen selected Vern Nere, John Bolton, and Pat Johnson to draw up the by-laws.  At first, the name of the club was the Mankato K-9 Club.  This first official meeting with the election of officers was held in April, 1967.  The first president of the club was John Bolton.  John Bolton, already a successful exhibitor, breeder, and president of the Italian Greyhound Club of America, provided much-needed experience and direction for the new club.  The new club had its first fun match in the fall of 1967.
 

More History Bites to follow...

 "Dogs leave paw prints on your heart." -- Unknown

Key City Kennel Club, Inc.

Mankato, MN  56001

keycitykennelclub.org

(507)344-1159

keycitykennelclub@hotmail.com

 

Announcements

 General Membership Meeting

3rd Tuesday of the month at 7:30 p.m.
Frost-Benco Building or KCKC Training Center
Hwy 169 South
Mankato, Minnesota
Guests are always welcome!

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