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                CCPC is dedicated to:
                      ... the poodles who were, for they are our foundation;
                                            ... the poodles who are, for they are our here and now;
                                                                  ... and the poodles who will be, for they are our future.
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Announcing the
36th & 37th Specialty Shows

Central Carolina Poodle Club
(American Kennel Club Licensed)


Friday & Saturday March 12 & 13, 2021
Show Hours: 7:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. ~ Each Day

Concurrent with:
Durham Kennel Club, Inc. on Friday & Raleigh Kennel Club, Inc. on Saturday

Central Carolina Poodle Club would like to give a big thank you to everyone who entered our Poodle Specialty shows.
Your participation was greatly appreciated and made these shows a wonderful & memorable experience, in spite of existing COVID restrictions. 
We look forward to seeing you at our next shows. 
Until then, please stay safe and well.

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Our next meeting date will be communicated to club members.

Our meetings normally include an 11:30 A.M. lunch, with meeting at 12:30 P.M at Positano Restaurant, 30 South Church Street C, Asheboro, NC.  On-line meetings may be scheduled via Zoom.


katieFrom Vickie Haywood:  "It is with much sadness I inform the club of the passing of Katie, a blue Toy who was the last living of the original 10 dogs the club fostered from the Raleigh 109. Two of the ten were  returned to their co owners. Katie was at least 15 years ols.  She had a much loved life. I groomed her until the virus hit last March, then passed her care to Pam Donovan. Katie was a CGC TDI who trained at Bon Clyde.  She was a member of the Therapy dog team that received the governors award a number of years ago, serving Saint Joseph in the Pines in Pinehurst. She was a much loved lap dog in the nursing and care facility! Her owners, Perry and Paula Youngblood  are very sad about losing her."

"The last of that group Bailey, a white toy, was rehomed  after the passing of his adoptive owner  Bonnie,  also to Pinehurst. He also achieved a GCG TDI and a Rally title. Bailey passed in October. He served as a reading dog in the schools. His owner Myrna  Sandal ( who trained Bailey for the TDI) is also missing her little guy. Bailey was at least 16."



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