The January 2017 Newsletter contains our slate of new officers, membership forms, and a good article on preventing winter colic. Our new president, Amy Ziegler, is particularly looking for ideas on how to grow our membership. The January newsletter also has a nice article and several photos about the unveiling of Annie Randall's mural portrait in Baraboo and the decorated tree in her memory at the Sauk County Historical Society.
The February 2017 Newsletter has updates on Horse Fair and the club show, as well as a report on the nutrition presentation at the club meeting in February.
There is a new policy regarding classified ads. Each paid member will now receive two classified photo ads on our web page for free (up to two pictures per ad) as a benefit of membership. The ads will run as text only in the newsletter and both newsletter and web ads will run for the calendar year. As hard as it is to believe, February and March are the high traffic months for web searches for the classifieds. Take advantage of this new benefit and get your classified in to Mary Ellen Gray and Heidi Harvey. FYI, you can advertise any horse related items, including tack, books, etc.
The March 2017 newsletter unveils our T-shirt which will be sold at Horse Fair this year. Shirts are going to be $10 for sizes S-XL and $15 for size 2X. They come in red and blue. To order one in advance, contact Tamra at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The March newsletter also profiles Chad and Myrna Rhinehart, the new owners of Iowa Valley Carriage Company, who will host the March meeting and contains the show bill for the club show in June.