Important Notice to MNRC Clubs: Proposed By-Law Changes

The Master National Retriever ClubAll Master National Retriever Club contacts and delegates have been emailed information about two proposed changes to the MNRC By-Laws.

One  proposal made by the MNRC Board of Directors and supported by several clubs has a change to the current by-laws that would exempt Hall of Fame dogs (MNH title holders) from having to re-qualify for the Master National each year.

To view the Proposed “Hall of Fame Exemption” proposal CLICK HERE

To view the entire By-Law HOF justification for this change CLICK HERE

The second proposal was made by Western New York Retriever Club, Ohio Valley Retriever Club and Presque Isle Retriever Club of Erie, PA.

This By-Law change would require a dog to pass 6 of 8 Master Hunt Tests at MNRC clubs to qualify for the Master National event each qualifying year.

To view the entire Proposed “6 of 8 Tests” change  CLICK HERE

To view the justification for the 6-of-8 pass rate change CLICK HERE

Please note: Ballots must be returned to Elaine Goodner, MNRC Secretary by email: elainegoodner1251@gmail.com or US mail: 2817 Duell Ave., Medford, OR 97501

Deadline is June 5, 2015.
Only Ballots with Club Names will be counted, these have been sent to each club.

Results of club ballots will be posted on the Master National Retriever Club web site.

 

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One Response to Important Notice to MNRC Clubs: Proposed By-Law Changes

  1. Paul McGinnis says:

    Why are we voting on a rule change proposal when the results of the “Strategic Proposals Survey” have not been published as promised? What if we are voting to change the entry requirements for the MN when another method may have been recommended by a majority of those who responded to the survey. I hate to think that the MN BOD is trying to pull a fast one here.

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