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New French Ring Club in Toronto

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Choochi
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New French Ring Club in Toronto

Post by Choochi » Sun Aug 21, 2011 3:18 am

Just a heads up as I know there are a few GTAish area people on here, for any of you in the Toronto area interested in French Ring, a few of us are trying to bring the sport back to Toronto.

We have started a Facebook Group to help organize any training meet ups and share information (possibly organize trips together) about upcoming seminars and trials.

We have the support of a few people from other established clubs, and if we get enough people together we can get a couple decoys from Montreal to come and help our group out with training. At the present time we don't have a regular decoy, but we can organize training sessions with Esa Rasimus who is about 2h North of Toronto and has a fully set up field.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/202163476509739/
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Re: New French Ring Club in Toronto

Post by Christie M » Sun Aug 21, 2011 2:27 pm

Congratulations! Great to see the sport grow!
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