HURON, SD 2013
This is a description of the seminars for the International rally to be held in Huron, SD this summer. Check your program for the times and places of the seminars as soon as you arrive at the rally. -Darrell Waters
Membership Growth Seminar by Mona Heath and Teresa Taylor, Oregon Unit President and Membership Chairman
Introduction to Caravanning Seminars By: R.B. Bernd July 1, 2, 3, from 1:00 - 4:00
If you have not had the pleasure of going on a caravan, this program will provide you with valuable information that will undoubtedly enhance your first caravanning experience. If you have caravanning experience and are now thinking about being a Caravan Leader Introduction to Caravanning will definitely help you move forward with your plans. Each person who registers for the program will be given a comprehensive folder of materials. It’s an excellent resource for caravaners and aspiring caravan leaders. Those who attend all three days of the seminar series will be presented with an official “WBCCI Certificate of Completion” as well as a copy of the very handy WBCCI Caravan Handbook. Successful completion of this seminar is a pre-requisite to leading a National Caravan.
Presented by the Huron Chamber of Commerce or Huron Residents
Murals-on-the-Town, Huron -- Megan Benker (Huron) June 26, 2:30 – 3:30, Expo MainThe Murals on the Town project is a spectacular arts project. Using city buildings as its canvas, the community of Huron tells its story through colorful murals, which are easily visible to pedestrians and passing traffic. The project was designed to improve the streetscape and to highlight the unique features of the City for public enjoyment. Revitalization, beautification and civic pride are all direct results of the mural project. Several murals present a visual history of landmarks and events in Huron's past. New murals are added each year.
Laura Ingalls Wilder Memorial Society, Dianne Mollner June 29, 3:00 – 4:00, Room Tech A
Please join the Laura Ingalls Wilder Memorial Society as we share the history and some of the wonderful memories Laura Ingalls wilder tells us about in her "Little House Series". Laura said she had lived it all, from pioneer days to modern times and she didn't want those memories to be lost.
"The Memorable Journey" Sacagawea and the Lewis and Clark Expedition, Hetty Gray July 1, 9:00 – 10:00, Room Tech B
Clad in authentic dress and accompanied by a dog that portrays Meriwether Lewis' Newfoundland Seaman, listen as she describes her life and involvement in one of the most famous expeditions in American history. Hers is more than the story of an interpreter. Hers is the poignant tale that begins with tribal life in the west before America's westward expansion and culminates in the arduous trek led by true American heroes. Replete with details of the trip and its hardships, Sacagawea's story provides her audience with the viewpoint of a young woman from one culture working alongside men from another culture as they worked for a common goal. Facts abound, but humor adds zest and paints history as far more than a list of events and dates. History, in fact, is personal. Immerse yourself in the story of Sacagawea. Hers truly was "The Memorable Journey."
Dog Training- Pheasant Hunting, Kent Shelton, Huron July 2, 9:00 – 10:00, Vendor Area
This seminar will include picking a puppy through its intermediate training. Kent will have his dogs along to do some demonstrations for the audience. There will also be a question and answer session. Come on out and see just what dogs are capable of.
Sponsored by the Vintage Airstream Club
Discovering the Flavors That Make Wine Great, Kimber Moore, June 27, 1:00 – 2:30, Room Tech B
Presented by the Electronic Communications Committee
Life On The Road Seminars
Business on the Road Seminars, presented by Martin M. Shenkman, CPA, MBA, AEP, PFS, JD
Additional Seminars Quilters, Take Note!
WBCCI Central Office803 E. Pike StreetP.O. Box 612Jackson Center,OH 45334Ph 937-596-5211Fax 937-596-5542