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CAROLINA ALPACA BREEDERS AND OWNERS ASSOCIATION 2017 EDUCATION SERIES
Do you have lots of fiber and don’t know what to do with it? Want to learn how to process it?
Wash it? Skirt it? Card it? How about dyeing the fiber? Then sign up for our first seminar for 2017, “How to Train your Fiber”. Roo Kline will teach you how to process your fiber from skirting to dyeing. Join us on June 24 for a day-long hands-on class. The class is limited to 14 participants. However, if needed, a second class will be offered on Sunday, June 25, if we have enough participants sign up ahead of time. For more information on Roo and her class, go to her website, moonwoodfarm.com. Participants receive a 20% discount on fiber, sparkle, Power Scour and other products.
Location: Raynay Alpaca Farm, LLC, 1897 Ashland Rd, Ruffin, NC 27326
Members $110 Non-members $125
Two or more participants from any one farm signing up for one seminar will receive a 10% discount.
Be sure to sign up for our other two 2017 Education Series seminar.
August 12 Neonatal Conference with Dr. Cheryl DeWitt to be held at NC State University College of Veterinary Medicine, Raleigh, NC
September 9 Focus on Fiber with emphasis on Forensic Fleece by Wini Labrecque. This will be held at the Yadkin Arts Council, Yadkinville, NC
*Two or more participants from any one farm signing up for one seminar will receive a 10% discount.
*A participant signing up and paying in full for any two of the three seminars by June 10 will receive a 15% discount.
*A participant signing up and paying in full for all three seminars by June 10 will receive a 20% discount.
*Only one discount will apply.
For more information and to sign up for any (or all) of these fantastic seminars, please do so by clicking here or by contacting Jane Clark at email@example.com or call 919-563-6948 (evenings) or her cell phone at 919-632-8077.
The Nominations committee is now presently active in the process of recruiting candidates for the Carolina Alpaca Breeders and Owners Association board. Three terms are expiring this year, and thus we are seeking candidates to run for these positions.
Requirements to be a candidate are: Live in North or South Carolina, be a CABO Farm Member, and own at lease one alpaca.
We are asking for those meeting the requirements and have an interest in helping shape the organization to contact a member of the committee – Marion Snider, Valerie Stevens Chavez, Rick Johnson, or Cynthia Wilson.
Annual Meeting date set for July 22, 2017 where new board members will be announced.
Education Series 2017
Members and Guests
The CABO Board has put together a series of learning experiences for its members as well as others involved with Alpacas. You must register online or with Jane Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org or by 919-563-6948 (evenings) or by cell at 919-632-8077. There is limited seating and payment is required for placement. Read the info by selecting the link below.
Shop at your local Alpaca Farms
Watch for alpaca farmers at the various Farmers Markets throughout the state
Shop for gifts galore at the Alpaca Farms that are part of the Carolina Owners and Breeders Association. Look at the members to see when and where you will find many of these local Alpaca farms with store hours. Some have their stores open throughout the year with an appointment, some with regular hours but you may call the farms to gather information on products, hours, directions and tours that might be available.
Carolina Alpaca Celebration Show Time Is Over for 2017!!!!
Thank you to all the exhibitors, the vendors, the sponsors, and the volunteers for a great and excellent show. The weather was perfect, the animals were exceptional, the show supers were effective, and the visitors were great. We hope all enjoyed the show and will return next year.
Save the dates for next years event February 17 and 18, 2018!!