The friendly kennel club!
Fort St. Clair Kennel Club was organized in 1988 and incorporated in 1992. We are an AKC licensed club permitted to conduct events under AKC rules and regulations.
Our members share a common interest in promoting the beauty and versatility of purebred dogs. We conduct an AKC show weekend each spring and an AKC Sanctioned Match each fall. We can provide referral services for those looking for a purebred puppy. Many of our members rescue dogs of their breeds that enter shelters or need a new home for other reasons.
Fort St. Clair Kennel Club conducts classes in Conformation training for puppies and adults, and we are exploring the possibility of expanding our classes to include beginning obedience and rally.
Fort St. Clair members are also dedicated to helping the local community. We support the Preble County Humane Society, and some local rescue groups. Additionally, we’ve donated to the Lions club pilot dog program; and provided pet oxygen masks to two local fire departments.
Meetings and Other Bits of Useful Information
The Fort St. Clair Kennel Club meets on the second Wednesday of each month. Generally, we meet at the KFC Restaurant, 1200 N. Barron St., Eaton, OH. at 7 p.m. Guests are welcome!
We have a picnic in August and a holiday dinner in December, and for those meetings we gather elsewhere.
Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
You can find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/fsckc, or search “Fort St. Clair Kennel Club”
Training classes are open to the public for a small, per class, fee.
Our annual two-day all-breed show is the last weekend in April.
Our annual sanctioned Match is usually the first or second weekend in October.
The officers of our club form the board. All of our meetings are general meetings and the public is welcome. We do not have separate board meetings.
Officers for 2017:
President – Elmer Lieu
Vice-President – Chris Carroll
Secretary – Tracy Leonard
Treasurer -Gary Sinck
Director of Training – Mary O’Leary