BCHC Mid Valley Unit

President's Monthly Message

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March 2021

Doug Dollarhide

Howdy, Mid Valley members,

I hope this letter finds you healthy and happy. The sun has been shining, we get some rain now and then, and the pandemic is gettiing under control. Let me give you an update on the Dollarhide adventure. Cathy and I are in the middle of our ninth month in the horse trailer. We are thankful for God's lead and the timing of all the projects as they come together. Thursday I received the phone call that we have been waiting for ... our house is done up in Oregon! Now we just need to get it here.

The board has been meeting at the Perry's for the past six months or so. We are very thankful for such a nice place to meet. Thank you to Carl and Julie.

Well folks, screw your hats on, grab your gloves, and get your tools and stock ready for some summer rides and work projects. Jerrie Ann and her group are getting ready to leave for the Claudia Parrish Memorial Ride at the Blair Ranch in the Mojave Desert. Carl Perry will be having sign-ups for a few work projects, and I will be leading one at Clark Fork, date to be determined. Watch the newsletter for more information on these.

The month of May is coming up fast and that means Bishop Mule Days! So far it looks like it is going to happen with a few minor adjustments. It looks like we will have enough participation to have two teams represent our Unit.

In closing I would like to welcome any of you who are new members, and I hope to meet you soon. Take care,
Doug Dollarhide, President

(Our President writes a message every month for the newsletter.)



Backcountry Horsemen of California - Mid Valley Unit
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Modesto CA 95353-1709

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