CWCCA 78th National Specialty


Herding August 15th – 16th, 2020 at Hado-Bar Farms

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THE CARDIGAN WELSH CORGI CLUB OF AMERICA, INC.

The Officers and Board of Directors  (Board) of the Cardigan Welsh Corgi Club of America (CWCCA) met May 31st to discuss the holding of the 2020 National Specialty.

The primary concern of the Board is the health and safety of those attending the National Specialty.  The Board has been working with Roberts Centre on what Roberts will be able to host based on what is allowed by the State of Ohio.  The Board has also reviewed the recommended guidelines from AKC concerning hosting a dog event.

After much discussion, the Board of the Cardigan Welsh Corgi Club of America voted unanimously to cancel the 2020 CWCCA National Specialty.  It was a difficult decision by the Board, but it was felt this was best for the health and safety of all involved.

The Board has voted to ask those elected to judge in Regular Classes, Sweepstakes and the Megan at the 2020 National to judge in 2022 as those individuals were elected by the CWCCA Membership.

In addition, the Board discussed with the Herding Committee whether to hold the 2020 CWCCA Herding Trial.  After discussion the Board voted to allow the 2020 CWCCA National Herding Trial as planned on August 15 and 16, 2020 at Hado Bar Farm.  It is felt that the appropriate regulations for holding an event can be met at the Herding location. 

The Board has worked with Roberts Centre, who has done everything possible to assist us in trying to hold the 2020 National, and have arranged to have the CWCCA deposit moved to 2024.   The CWCCA National will be held May 13-19, 2024 at Roberts Centre in Ohio.

The Board voted to add to Puppy Sweepstakes in 2021 the following classes:  18-21, 21-24, and 24-27.  It is hoped that this will allow many puppies that were eligible for 2020 to be eligible for 2021.  In addition, the Board voted to move Veteran Sweeps in 2021 to Thursday morning.

 

Gail LaBerge, President

For the CWCCA Board


 

Thanks to all who contributed to our ill-fated 2020 National Specialty. It is due to your generosity we were able to compensate for the losses incurred.

Please stay well and we will see you at Purina in May.

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