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AHASFV President's Message — December, 2014

The Holidays are almost upon us. Our AHASFV club has accomplished a lot this year. I want to welcome the six new attendees to our Board meetings— Mary, Eddie, Anne, Cristina, Brian and Kimberly. As one of the most active clubs in AHA, I take pride in the variety of activities our club host and supports. Our members truly reflect the diversity of the Arabian horse. From trail rides at different locations around the Los Angeles basin to the V6 Ranch in Central Coast, to our fun shows and clinics, youth programing and our lively monthly dinners with fellow Board members, it has been a full year.

In 2015 our new leadership will step into their jobs. As a club we will welcome back Teri Gonzalez-Reichman as President. Brian Ferris will fill the role of Treasurer, Kimberly Mueller as Secretary and myself as Vice President. Our Board will meet in
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2015 on a bimonthly basis (every 2 months) for our dinner meetings in the Calabasas area of the Valley. We are looking forward to putting on four fun shows during the year with the first in January. The club also wants to sponsor a Showmanship clinic and a Sport Horse day with a clinician in the new year.

In the planning for the next year our club will be in search of committee members for some of the events we want to sponsor. Please contact Teri if you have an interest in becoming involved in our show committee, clinics or helping out with youth activities. Also please remember to renew your AHA memberships and affiliation with our club— the AHASFV has no club dues!

In the last newsletter the December Holiday party was announced. The club has decided to cancel the party and put our resources into the January fun show and an early spring clinic. I want to thank Mary and Eddie for offering their ranch for the party. We will look forward to a future event at their beautiful farm.

Make sure to check out the brags, trail ride information and the youth news from the Youth Nationals and U.S. Nationals on our website and in our December Newsletter.

Jane Haven

AHASFV Mission Statement

The Arabian Horse Association of the San Fernando Valley is committed to bringing together people interested in advancing and promoting the Arabian and Half-Arabian horse by conducting, encouraging, and aiding exhibits or shows, clinics, and trail rides, and to cooperate with other organizations to improve general equestrian activities.