Final Update for Spring 2012 USDAA Trial

Claire Schwartz’s courses from this weekend are now available for download.  Photos from Ramsey Photography from Saturday and Sunday are also now available for viewing;  note that there are different photo galleries for Saturday and Sunday.

Mimi Burton, who had to be taken to the hospital on Sunday afternoon, emailed me on Monday afternoon.  Although the hospital did hold her overnight for testing and observation, she was released this morning with no further problems.

We have two ‘found’ items left – a small red cushion found in the seating area and a set of reading glasses left on/near the scribe’s table.  We also have two ‘lost’ reports as follows:

  • From Janet Miller  – lost set of car keys.  “They could be either in the building or on the ground somewhere.  The set contains a Honda key along with a bunch of other important keys.”
  • From Jeannette Hutchison – small black camera case.  “On Sat. I put it on the tables where the toys and ribbons were when I came to the briefing so Ivette could take pictures when Dave, Jeanne, Nancy and I were wearing the contact pants. I forgot to get it when we were done. I checked later that day and it was nowhere to be found. It had a spare battery and a SD card with pictures and video that I would love to have.”

If you found either of these items while at the trial or later this week training at Hog Dog, please contact me ( so I can get them back to their owners.

Again, thanks to all that attended and we hope to see you at our September trial outdoors in Gamber, Maryland.

2 thoughts on “Final Update for Spring 2012 USDAA Trial

  1. What a terrific group at the trial. I am Mimi’s friend and held her hand while you and the volunteer nurses took over and stabiled the situation. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. I had no doubt that cooperation and teamwork would take care of Mimi but was still in awe of the efficiency and spirit. Please also thank Lee Carr for helping Mimi’s husband find the trial site.
    I had a great time, loved the courses and the kind judge and think your Intro class was a solid 5 star hit. It’s the best innovation to encourage new teams to enter trials. I saw lots of good stuff in this class and agility instructors were there to help their students.

    Good for you and bravo!
    Pam Coblyn

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