Hey Dog Lovers,

March has already been a great month in KC Dog Club!

If you didn’t join us for the Brookside St. Patrick’s parade – you missed out on a great time. Check out the photo album – www.meetup.com/KCDogClub/photos/26809800/ – and KC Dog Club was mentioned in a KC Star article – www.kansascity.com/news/local/article65669882.html

THANK YOU to our newest Sponsoring Members!

Angela
Kelly Loyd

KC Dog Club now has 13 Sponsoring Members!

Sponsoring Members make a small $20 donation to KC Dog Club, which helps support various group activities and incidental needs. If you’re interested in becoming a Sponsoring Member or making any size of donation to support the group, get details here –www.kcdogclub.com/donate/

Project Blue River Rescue, April 2nd

KC Dog Club spends lots of time walking and hiking trails along the Blue River. Let’s spend a morning saying THANK YOU to the river for her hospitality.

Be part of Missouri’s biggest one-day clean-up and help clean the Blue River and parks and trails around the river.

Breakfast, lunch and all the tools are provided

I told Blue River Rescue organizers I was confident we could bring a crew of 25!

Please invite friends and family… help me fulfill my promise!

Details and RSVP – www.meetup.com/KCDogClub/events/227751388/

Want to Host a KC Dog Club Get-together in April? Just do it!

If you would like to host an event in April, let me know the details of your event within in the next few days.

What events can you host?

• A weekday evening walk – starting at 6:30pm
• A weekday daytime walk
• A weekday daytime dog park get-together
• A weekend dog park get-together
• A weekend hike through the woods
• A dog-related charity event
• A volunteer opportunity
• Have another idea? Let’s hear it

Expectations and requirements of event hosts

• Show up on time or early
• Facilitate members in finding you, via comments section of event page
• Be friendly, welcome, and greet all members to your event
• Introduce new members to at least 2 other KC Dog Club members
• Take accurate attendance
• If at a dog park – leave a comment with what you’re wearing, where you’re located, and remain in that location for at least 15 minutes. Also, stay at the park for at least 45 minutes

This week’s KC Dog Club Events

See you soon.

Travis Pflanz