Friday, October 31, 2008

MDH E-Newsletter

MDH Fall e-Newsletter

Happy Fall, Horsewomen and Daughters!

Are you enjoying this wonderful October weather, and getting out on lots of fun rides? If you're looking for partners--there are ladies in the Valley, West and North of Spokane, as well as North Idaho who are always wanting to meet and find riding partners. Our schedules are so busy and varied, sometimes it's difficult to match up with other women, but the more of us who can put the word out, the better we can find and meet each other. If you haven't already done so, please take advantage of the online forum to introduce yourself and let others know when and where you can ride.

Next Meeting

Our next club meeting is this Sunday: November 2, 4:00-6:00 South Hill Roundtable Address: 4510 S. Regal Spokane, WA

Fund Raisers For Emergency Equine Aid & General Fund
Pampered Chef-
Our Pampered Chef Fund raiser was such a success last year, we're doing it again this year in time for Christmas--as well as a Home Interior Candle Party (See below) If you would like a packet or more information please let Katie know by e-mailing her--click on her name.

If you have friends and family out of town, they have the option to buy online (anyone else is welcome to buy online no matter where you live- in town or out of town). The website to send them to is in order for us to get credit for this they need to enter host name as first name- MDH and last name- Club
For every $30 in product sales (before shipping & tax) you will be put in a drawing for a $25 Gift Card to Big R (example if you brought in $60 worth of sales you get put in the drawing two times).
Each participant will be put in a drawing for free Pampered Chef Products.

Home Interior Candles Fundraiser

Club receives 50 percent of sales--Contact Tina Wilcox or go to the meeting this Sunday for packets.
Christmas Party
Our Christmas party will be held at our usual meeting on the first Sunday in December at a Roundtable Pizza—details to follow.

Fall Ribbon Ride A Success!

The Club held it's first Fall Ribbon Ride in early October, and it was amazing fun for all as we rode through Riverside State Park and found hidden ribbons on trees. Each ribbon corresponded with a prize and all the participants found at least one. Cassidy Jacobson won the grand prize--a pink designer hay bag from The Foxy Horse & Hound. The club plans to host another ribbon ride this Spring--so watch for more details. And, if you'd like to volunteer a little time to help, please contact Tiki, Activities Coordinator .

Come Blog With Us

A wonderful way to get to know each other and our horses better is to blog. There is a large equestrian community here that is already doing so and it grows daily. Blogging is free and can be as little or as much as you want to put into it. It's a great way to network and get support--ideas and encouragement. Our Club Blog is— . If you already have blogs, please let us know what they are, and we'll hook them up to ours. Please bookmark it and occasionally check in to see what's going on in the club. And, don't forget to check into the main website from time to time for information on college scholarships and horse adoptions as well as pictures of the club members.

Happy Trails, Horsewomen--hope to see you soon!

Moms Daughters & Horses

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