Preserving The Equestrian Way Of Life"  



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PO Box 2904
Woodinville, WA 98072



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Annual Membership:    Individual/Family $20 ;  Club/Organization $30


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PO Box 2904
Woodinville, WA 98072

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How would you prefer to receive your KCEHC newsletter:

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Please indicate areas of interest you would be willing to help with:

Education & Publicity Distribute brochures and pamphlets to businesses and organizations. Give presentations to horse clubs, city, county government, developers, etc.  setup and  display at fairs, trail conferences, etc. Organize presentations/workshops on equine care, trail preservation, etc. Communication with newspapers, radio, television stations to promote goals and activities of KCEHC.
Membership Promote and develop membership in KCEHC.  Maintain  membership directory, volunteer lists and telephone tree.
Newsletter Create and distribute newsletter, including soliciting articles, layout,  printing and distribution.
Trails Maintain and update  inventory of trails and trail contacts. 
Equestrian Issues  Keep track of City, County and State legislation that will affect trails and the equestrian lifestyle. Represent equestrians at hearings and meetings.Receives notices of pending development from County, determines whether or not these developments will impact trails.

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