Kearney Saddle Club

Kearney, Missouri

HOW TO JOIN THIS CLUB AND HAVE FULL ACCESS TO THIS WEB SITE

DUES AND LIABILITY RELEASE FORM MUST BE RECEIVED BEFORE ACCESS TO THIS SITE IS APPROVED.

TO SIGN UP ON THIS WEBSITE, YOU MUST BE A MEMBER OF THE KEARNEY SADDLE CLUB.

 

To become a member,

complete, sign and return

waiver and dues to:

 

KEARNEY SADDLE CLUB

c/o VANNIE DOTY, TREASURER

2881 SW 204TH STREET

TRIMBLE, MISSOURI 64492

 

ANNUAL DUES:

INDIVIDUAL  $15.00

COUPLE    $20.00

FAMILY  $25.00

 

TO PRINT WAIVER

SEE LINK BELOW

 

 

Liability Release Form.pdf

KSC Waiver form updated Nov 2011; please throw away all old copies.  If you can not download a copy of the waiver, send an email request to Pam Swearingin at horsepoor494@hotmail.com and I will email a copy to you.

KSC Constitution as amended 2013

Trail Etiquette

           2013 OFFICERS

 

               President

             Lynn Crader

 

            Vice President

              Suzy Felice

 

               Secretary

         Lynda McCullough

 

              Treasurer

            Vannie Doty

 

              Historian

          Christy Corbett

 

             Trail Boss

        Linda Engelmann

  

       Board of Directors

 

Linda Gonzales  2012-2014

 

Patty Higgins  2012-2014

 

Jamie Stockwell  2013-2015

 

Pam Swearingin  2013-2015

Cliff Osborne  2014-2016

Bud Wackerle  2014-2016

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Latest Activity

Alvin H Hale and Pam Swearingin are now friends
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Alvin H Hale is now a member of Kearney Saddle Club
1 hour ago
Bonnie Dickson commented on Suzy Felice Austin's event NOVEMBER MEETING
"One for dinner"
Tuesday
Bonnie Dickson commented on Lynn Crader's event Trail Challenge/Fun Show
"If Nugget is still lame and the day is seasonably cool, I could bring Ghost instead. Otherwise, I…"
Tuesday
 

NEW SECTION OF TRAIL AT SMITHVILLE LAKE

PRINTABLE VERSION: 

Equestrian Trail: Jack Rabbit Bend to Access #27

 

"JUST A HORSE"

From an email received from Suzie Guardado

 

 

 

Note to Members, archived front page articles are saved as a blog on my page (Linda Gonzales)  if you want to go back and review anything. 

 
 
 

CARING CORNER

From Cliff Osborne:  Well, since the shock has worn off I'm ready to let everyone know I have a form of blood cancer. Right now it is serious Anemia and is treatable - not curable. If everything goes good and I respond to all the treatments I have quite a few years to go. If not then it goes into full blown leukemia. Basically my bone marrow has quit producing red blood cells. I want all my relatives to know it is not genetic and anyone can get it for God only knows the reason. Nothing has changed and I'm supposed to go through life like I don't have it. My symptoms are extreme fatigue which I passed off to my age. Now I know what to look for I will continue to do the things I've always done and when I have to stop and recharge I will and go again. Life is good no matter how you cut it. My advice - enjoy every minute of your lives and your families like it is your last.  Cliff Osborne

If you know of someone in the club who's going through health issues or a loss in the family, let us know so that we may send cards and prayers. Please contact Linda Gonzales or Pam Swearingin.

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