2018 FRC MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION Membership into the FRC is a great idea. Perks include an informative, emailed monthly newsletter, discounts on club-sponsored activities, educational programs, socials with fun people, scholarship opportunities and year end awards! Join now with any one of our three membership options below. Individual ($25) Family ($30) Business ($35) – includes a free business card sized ad in our monthly newsletter! Name (s): ____________________________________________________________________________ Address: _____________________________________________________________________________ City: ___________________________________ State: _____ Zip: ________ Phone: ______________________________ E-Mail: _______________________________________ (Above information will be included in the membership directory unless you tell us not to. Please write legibly! The club is not responsible for members not receiving club communications due to illegible membership forms.) Check ALL interests: __Dressage __Eventing __Trail Riding __ Pleasure Riding __ Western __ Endurance __ Fox Hunting __ Hunter/Jumper __Breeder __ Driving __Hunter Paces __Social member only Other:_____________________________________________ Ideas for clinics, horse events, educational seminars or social events for 2018: ____ I am available to volunteer for club sponsored events (list volunteer job you would like) ____ I am available to help set up (usually Thurs or Fri) before the show or take down at the conclusion of the show Make your check payable to FRC and mail to: FRC, P. O. Box 637, Landrum, SC 29356. If you have chosen to join as a Business Member, please attach your business card with this membership application so we can include it in our monthly newsletter! For questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your support!
2018 CALENDAR OF EVENTS Educational Seminar- All 2018 Seminars will held at the FENCE House Dr. Jamie Ashbrook will present information on dentistry in the horse on March 21st. The presentation will include discussing what dentistry means and why there is a need for proper dental care in the horse. There will be information on why veterinarians should play an important role in the dental assessment of the horse, and how this can ultimately lead to preventative care. Come join our discussion to gain a better understanding of what dentistry really consists of in the horse and how it is so much more than just “floating.” Dr. Jamie Ashbrook graduated from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine in May of 2016. She then completed a year long ambulatory/hospital internship at Brazos Valley Equine Hospital in Salado, Texas. Currently, Dr. Ashbrook is an associate at Freer Equine Mobile Veterinary Services in Tryon, NC. She has come to develop a special interest in equine dentistry since it plays such a pivotal role in maintaining the overall health of the horse. Dr Ashbrook has named TROT as her charity-of-choice for all honorarium and donations at her lecture. BIT O’ NEWS PLEASE SEND ANY NEWS YOU WOULD LIKE TO SHARE TO email@example.com We have new contact information for volunteers: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Carole Foster at (803)730-9068 to sign up! .