Atlanta Doberman Pinscher Club Specialty

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Atlanta Doberman Pinscher Club Specialty

PILGRIM DOBERMAN PINSCHER CLUB offers back-to-back specialties!
Doberman Pinscher Club of Nashville

You are cordially invited to Save the Date for the Atlanta Doberman Pinscher Club specialty next April in Perry, Ga.

This year we will hold a dual-specialtyfor the first time.  While our show typically attracts major entries in our breed, this year we will likely have FIVE opportunities for you to garner majors all in a single weekend! As always, our club will cater a light continental breakfast, heavy hors d’oeuvres for lunch and an array of desserts.  Also expect the trophies we are planning this year to provide an unforgettable way to remember the ocassion.

We hope you can attend and enjoy a great weekend with us!

Shani St. John, Show Chair, Atlanta Doberman Pinscher Club  (Please feel free to cross-post)
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Entries Close:
March 28, 2012

Show Dates:
*Thursday, April 12th ~ Breed judge, Jean Fournier; Working Group, Mary Ann Alston; BIS, Barbara Dempsey Alderman
*Friday, April 13th ~ Breed judge, Barbara Dempsey Alderman; Working Group, Barbara Dempsey Alderman; BIS, Elliott Weiss
*Saturday, April 14th ~ Breed judge, Lee Canalizo; Working Group, Lee Canalizo; BIS, Jeannette McGinnis
*Specialty ~ Sunday, April 15th ~ Breed judge, Judith Ann Smith (breeder judge); Sweeps judge, Joseph Smith of Ruby Dee Dobermans
*Specialty ~ Sunday, April 15th ~ Breed judge, Pamela Dehetre (breeder judge)

Location:
Our show is held at the Georgia National Fairgrounds, a 1,000 acre complex featuring beautifully landscaped campgrounds:  http://www.gnfa.com/

Things to do in the area :
*Horse Show: Many enjoy experiencing the Arabian horse show that takes place at the Georgia National Fairgrounds the same weekend as our show

*Golf:  Perry offers three great golf courses: Perry Country Club, located on North Davis Drive (478-987-1033), offers an 18-hole championship golf course with very little elevation change. The Houston Lake Country Club, located just north of Perry on Houston Lake Road (478-218-5252), is Middle Georgia’s premiere golf facility and offers a 6,700 yard, par 72, 18 hole golf course. Houston Springs is Perry’s newest course, located 2 miles off Exit 136 and is an 18 hole course that appeals to golfers of all skill levels.

*Downtown Perry:  Old Perry is a must see! The renovated downtown area is a charming village with specialty shops and a down-south, restful atmosphere. A perfect place for a stroll; enjoy the year-round flowers with benches and shop windows designed to lure you inside where any shop owner will be glad to tell you the story of Perry’s “rebirth.” Shopping in historic Downtown Perry is a definite treat for locals and travelers alike.

*Antiques:  Perry is located along Georgia’s Antique Trail. A treasure trove of antiques awaits you on this convenient travel loop south of Atlanta, Georgia’s Antiques Trail includes shopping in 18 beautiful communities in Georgia’s Historic Heartland travel region where you’ll find delightful shopping venues offering a wide range of goods from unique collectibles to the finest in period antiques.
*Henderson Village:  Visit Henderson Village, located 8 miles south of Perry, and enjoy the gradens, tropical birds, horse-drawn carriage rides, the Gameland hunting preserve, Wimberly Event Center, deluxe accomodations, and a gourmet dining experience. Superbly preserved houses and cottages will envelope you in the charms of the past, but provide you with all the facilities and comforts of a modern resort. A one of a kind attraction in the State of Georgia, Henderson Village is a country resort offering a retreat to a bygone era.

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