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 JULIA LOMBARDO, TREASURER

11008 ELDRIDGE ROAD

EXCELSIOR SPRINGS, MO  64024

 

ANNUAL DUES:

INDIVIDUAL  $15.00

COUPLE    $20.00

FAMILY  $25.00

 

TO PRINT WAIVER

CLICK ON LINK BELOW

 Liability Release Form.pdf

KSC Waiver form updated January 2016; 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

       2016-2017 OFFICERS

 

               President

             Kathy Carlyle

 

            Vice President

           Linda Dunaway

 

               Secretary

         Lynda McCullough

 

              Treasurer

          Julia Lombardo

 

              Historian

           Cat Grisham

 

             Trail Boss

            Ellen Wallis

  

       Board of Directors

  

Bonnie Dickson  2015-2017

Kat Munsterman  2015-2017

Lynn Crader  2016-2018

Ruth Franklin  2016-2018

Pam Swearingin  2017-2019

Bud Wackerle  2017-2019

Birthdays

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Latest Activity

Wanda Colburn commented on Dan & Pam Swearingin's event KSC Monthly Meeting
"1 for dinner"
1 hour ago
Lynda McCullough posted a discussion

2000 Ford Expedition - Eddie Bauer - $3500

Only 130k miles - well maintained - set up for towing.  Body is showing age but interior is good.…See More
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Lynda McCullough commented on Dan & Pam Swearingin's event KSC Monthly Meeting
"1 for dinner"
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Angi DeGraeve and Dan & Pam Swearingin are now friends
6 hours ago
 

"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. 

Blog Posts

Maverick's movin on !!

Posted by Kay Berry on March 23, 2017 at 8:44pm 0 Comments

I cannot thank all of you that called. send cards and came to see me !!!! You made a bad situation so much better.  I am home an yes I see my horses everyday I could not survive without them.

I hae to say a big Thank you to Ann Hightower and Nancy Rucker for their choice of cards to send me You two really made me laugh an Thank You for thay.  I am doing better ya know my hip has not been my pain!! It has been that darn ole left knee that has been through 2 operations. Nancy Amos watch out I just might pass u up on those do over knee replacements. I have towait till my hip well an they have to see if knee is busted up again. God Willing and the Creek does not rise  I pray all is just bruised and very sore.

God Love you all

   Sincerely,

  Kay Berry

Basic Trail Maintenance

Posted by Susan Magierowski on September 27, 2016 at 8:32pm 0 Comments

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U0GxmsRI3Og

This is an excellent video from the Forest Service showing basic trail maintenance techniques.

 
 
 

CARING CORNER

3-14-2017

Kay Berry was accidentally knocked down by her horse and has a broken hip.  Surgery is scheduled for today.

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.

Forum

2000 Ford Expedition - Eddie Bauer - $3500

Started by Lynda McCullough in FOR SALE 3 hours ago.

Boarding near trails 2 Replies

Started by Tim & Cat Grisham in NON-CLUB RELATED. Last reply by Tim & Cat Grisham 8 hours ago.

13 yr Tennesse Walker Mare for Sale 1 Reply

Started by Lynn Crader in FOR SALE. Last reply by Linda & Mike Gonzales Mar 21.

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