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NRHRC OFFICERS

President Joe Vander Weide

jv2439@yahoo.com

Vice-president Jenn McGill

McGill.Jenn@yahoo.com

Secretary/Treasurer Linda Sperco

lsperco@verizon.net

Board of Directors

Keefe Murphy

kmdux@yahoo.com

Megan Rusnak

hark67@gmail.com

Eva Smith

evatoller2@gmail.com

NRHRC MISSION STATEMENT
The purpose of the Navesink Hunting and Retrieving Club is to educate handlers, owners, and the general public and to encourage and promote quality in the breeding and field testing of pure-bred hunting retrievers and to do as much as possible to bring their natural abilities to perfection. To do all in its power to protect and advance the interest of pure-bred hunting retrievers through education and by encouraging sportsmanlike participation in field trials. To conduct training sessions and sanctioned and licensed hunting dog tests under the rules of the club, NAHRA, and the AKC. To promote and educate the use and training of hunting retrievers as a conservation tool for the sound management and use of all our wildlife.


NRHRC OBJECTIVES

  1. To educate handlers, owners, and the general public and to encourage and promote quality in the breeding and field testing of pure-bred hunting retrievers and to do as much as possible to bring their natural abilities to perfection.
  2. To do all in its power to protect and advance the interest of pure-bred hunting retrievers through education and by encouraging sportsmanlike participation in field trials.
  3. To conduct training sessions and sanctioned and licensed hunting dog tests under the rules of the club, NAHRA, and the AKC.
  4. To promote and educate the use and training of hunting retrievers as a conservation tool for the sound management and use of all our wildlife.

NAHRA FIELD TESTS
Founded in 1983, NAHRA originated the use of "standards" to test retriever skills using realistic hunting scenarios. Dogs compete against a set of standards set forth in the rule book, not each other. Advanced titles require dogs to demonstrate proficiency in both upland and waterfowl work.


HOW TO JOIN NRHRC
If you agree with and subscribe to the Objectives of the Club, print out the attached Membership Application Form and fill in the required information, signing where indicated. Send it and your dues to the address on the form.