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.
course of the year, we hold training
classes, outdoor field sessions, picnic trials and AKC hunt
tests and field trials.
We welcome all retriever owners, from the beginner puppy owner
all the way to the seasoned trainer!
FRC Fall Potluck and Meeting
Friday, October 23rd, 6:00 p.m.
Pioneer Hall in Pioneer Park (Alaskaland)
Mark your calendars! Please join fellow Fairbanks Retriever Club members and invite your retriever friends for FRC's fall potluck and meeting!
Dinner is potluck. Please bring a main dish, side dish, salad or dessert. The club will supply plates, forks, spoons, water and soda. Families are welcome along with your retriever buddies.
Following dinner, FRC's annual meeting and election of officers and board of directors will take place. Thre will be secretary and treasurer reports, recap of 2015 activities and events, what's ahead for 2016, open discussion about what members want to see and challenges ahead. Lots of dog talk & a fun evening. In addition, you can pay 2016 membership dues and support FRC!
Hope to see you all there!