The Fairbanks Retriever Club is the oldest established retriever club in Alaska. Originally known as the Alaska Field Trial Association, it has been active in the Interior of the state since the early 1950s. In 1960 it was formed under its current name of Fairbanks Retriever Club. Through the years and despite changes in members and leadership, the club remains dedicated to all the retriever breeds and helping their owners improve their knowledge and skills in training, testing, trialing and hunting their dogs.
During the course of the year, we hold training classes, outdoor field sessions, picnic test/trial and AKC hunt tests and field trials. We welcome all retriever owners, from the beginner puppy owner all the way to the seasoned trainer!
Needed - Retriever Event Pictures!
We are updating the Photo Gallery on the website and need your help. If you have recent pictures from any of the FRC events and would like to share them, a google drive has been set up. Please email Barbara Adams for access to the folder or for more information.
2017–2018 FRC Officers and Board of Directors
Thank you to all who attended the Fairbanks Retriever Club's annual meeting & fall potluck! We are happy to announce our new slate of officers and board members. Click here to see the complete listing.
Plans are underway for 2018, some dates set, and a full report and recap of this year forthcoming. See the Calendar of Events for specifics.
If you haven't already paid your dues for the 2018 year, you can do that online by clicking here. The membership year runs October 1, 2017 thru September 30, 2018.