The KGBA Board has had an exciting and busy start to the year, and we are hard at work trying to make the KGBA Association better than ever! We have some fresh new faces on the Board, and some exciting changes right around the corner. Some of the things that you should be seeing soon are:
A NEWSLETTER – After stalling last year, our newsletter is back on track, and coming soon to a mailbox near you (well, your mailbox, actually…). A special thanks to Jeanette Woods and Laura Kennett for working so hard to create past newsletters – I know you both did a ton of work, and they were awesome!
HERD EVALUATIONS – Tom Considine will be on the road this summer, and has graciously offered to come to farms within a certain radius of his show route for no additional traveling fee. We will be posting his route soon!
WEBSITE – We are updating the website with a fresh face and lots of new information. Please check back regularly, as this will be an ongoing project.
CALENDAR – We hope to put out a calendar this year, including photos submitted by members of all your beautiful Kinder goats. More details coming soon!
Please check back often to the Communique and the website – We would love ideas, suggestions and pictures!!! We can always use more photos of registered Kinder goats for the website, newsletters and future promotional materials. If you want to donate pictures that you have taken of your own registered Kinders, please send photos to: firstname.lastname@example.org **
We look forward to hearing from all of you, and to sharing a great new year of growth, goats and good times!
**By sending photos, you are agreeing to have them posted on the website with no compensation other than bragging rights. Depending on how many we receive, your photos may or may not be used, but we’ll also be posting pics to the communique in mini “breed brags,” so watch for them there, too!
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