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Act now for ANPA funding

Major All Breed Affiliated Clubs are urged to apply for ANPA grants to support the hobby through initiatives to improve or enhance their shows in 2021. Successful applicants will also be in line to receive sets of ring numbers in different sizes from 1-50 or 51-100 to auction at shows.


Click on the link below to access the application form, which should be completed and sent to ANPA Secretary Brad Turner .

With the show season set to kick off in the next few weeks, clubs should complete the form attached and send it to Brad BEFORE Monday, May 24. These grants are ANPA's way of providing something to the hobby in lieu of the ANPA National show in 2021 which has been cancelled. Applications will be assessed by a small select panel of ANPA committee members.

If you have any questions, please contact either Brad Turner or Chris Schutz, details on the home page.

Remember the application must meet the criteria in the attached application. Rings will be made available on the basis of the application and then via a draw from the hat to allocate numbers and sizes. It is envisaged the early number rings should go to clubs in each State.

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