Tuesday, 15 October 2019
A gold locket and chain was found in the ladies toilet at Bulla on Sunday following the recent Bacchus Marsh & District Kennel Club Championship Show. If you believe this item belongs to you, please contact Howard Smith via 0400 012117 or email@example.com
Friday, 11 October 2019
I have some exciting news regarding the appointment of a new Chief Executive.
As mentioned previously Management Committee decided to do a total review of the position and at the same time work with an external consultant to review the whole structure of the office.
I can now announce that Management Committee has appointed Matthew Monaghan to the Chief Executive position. Matthew will commence on Monday 28 October.
Matthew brings to the position a wealth of qualifications and experience managing membership based organisations, excellent commercial acumen and strong leadership skills.
Matthew is keen to meet members and will be attending events on weekends where possible. The Sunbury Canine Club has kindly invited Matthew to their show on Cup Day, where I will endeavour to introduce him to as many members as possible.
Friday, 4 October 2019
We wish to advise our members of the following road upgrade soon to commence by Major Road Projects Victoria as detailed in the following communication.
As part of the Thompsons Road Upgrade, we’re starting work to replace the roundabout at Frankston-Dandenong Road with traffic lights to ease congestion and improve travel times.
From Monday 7 October until further notice, we’ll reduce the northbound and eastbound lanes on the approach and through the roundabout from three to two lanes.
Changes to the way you travel
We are reducing both the speed limit and the number of lanes approaching the roundabout and on the roundabout, to make way for crews and machines to work behind the safety barriers. As a result of these changes we expect congestion in this area to increase, meaning longer journey times, especially during peak periods.
We strongly encourage you to plan your trip ahead and, if possible, seek alternative routes to avoid this area.
We’ll endeavour to complete the works as soon as possible and thank you for your understanding and patience during this important upgrade.
Friday, 4 October 2019
Thursday, 3 October 2019
Dogs Victoria is looking for creative, innovative and big-picture thinkers to improve how we market pure breed dogs to the people of Victoria.
To be part of this important and exciting new initiative, you will be:
Register your interest via Janet at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, 3 October 2019
We wish to remind members who smoke to use the designated ashtrays provided around KCC Park when discarding cigarettes. NEVER throw them on the ground.
Today, thanks to our Acting CE and staff members, a fire was extinguished opposite the Library from a thrown cigarette on the ground. This fire could have easily got out of control via surrounding bark, dry leaves and grass which could have spread quickly to cars parked nearby.
Every time you finish a cigarette it is YOUR responsibility to make sure it is completely out and disposed of properly. So be alert and show consideration when discarding of your smoking materials.
Wednesday, 18 September 2019
All past and current owners of a Belgian Shepherd Dog (BSD) are invited to complete a BSD Breed Health Survey.
This is being undertaken as part of the Belgian Shepherd Dog Club of Queensland (BSDCQ) Grant awarded for 2019 -2020: Future Directions: The current health status of the Belgian Shepherd Dog (BSD) within Australia.
This will be the first breed specific health survey undertaken to the researcher’s knowledge within Australia. For further information and to access the survey please follow this link http://www.bsdcq.com/2019-health-survey.html
The survey will run until 31 October 2019.
Thursday, 12 September 2019
The long awaited videos from this workshop are now available to view via our YouTube channel - click here to view. A playlist has been created so each session can be viewed concurrently.
Once again, we take this opportunity to thank the presenters for their insight and knowledge. Congratulations to the OTEC team for bringing this workshop to KCC Park and to our resident livestream guru, Danielle from Atticus Media, for making the viewing accessible to our members from the comfort of their own homes!
Thursday, 5 September 2019
Apply to be a Pet Educator with the Responsible Pet Ownership Program. You will teach children to live safely with dogs and promote responsible pet ownership in preschools and schools.
Animal Welfare Victoria are now recruiting for flexible, casual roles across Victoria.
If you have a happy, healthy dog aged between 18 months and eight years old who lives with you and enjoy working with children call 1800 000 776 or email email@example.com
Watch the video for an insider’s look into a day in the life of a Pet Educator https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zZ7sm7koTEc
For more information about the Responsible Pet Ownership Program visit www.animalwelfare.vic.gov.au
Friday, 30 August 2019
Dogs Victoria wishes to thank the Whippet Association of Victoria once again for so generously donating funds to build the new exercise runs at KCC Park and new signage has recently been erected to reflect this. These off leash areas are open to all members who visit the Park.
Other donations from Berwick All Breeds Kennel Club, Yarra Glen Kennel Club and Friends of Obedience have also made a difference.
If any member or club wishes to donate to help further improve the Park facilities, please make contact via firstname.lastname@example.org and BE THE CHANGE THAT YOU WANT TO SEE.
Visit our dedicated Seminar page here to see upcoming member events.