DIRECTOR – Sue Spencer email@example.com
The OBJECTIVES of the NABC are:
Promote a closer relationship among Briard owners, breeders, and fanciers of the Briard breed.
Promote the betterment of the breed through NABC activities, educational events, and
Encouraging the breeding of better and finer purebred dogs by educating NABC members through seminars, internet websites, etc. This also includes supporting health related studies related to the Briard breed.
Do all in it’s power to protect and advance the interests of the breed by encouraging sportsmanlike behavior at all dog related events, and
Promote and support the ideals, activities and the interests of our membership through participation in breed related competitions and events, and
Publish a newsletter for minutes of meetings, officer reports and a general means of communication among the membership, and
Conduct sanctioned and licensed events under the rules of the UKC
Enhance the knowledge of the membership about the Briard through various educational events and seminars, and
To establish, promote and support Regional organizations of this Association that will enhance the knowledge of all individuals relating to the Briard breed.
The NABC began informally in 2008 by a group of Briard owners wanting to create a National Briard Club within the UKC. By March 1, 2010, the club was formally organized with 32 members who were interested in having a Briard Club dedicated to activities held within the United Kennel Club.
Its first officers were:
President: Denise Simenauer
VP: Richard Jacob
Sec: Jack Wynne
Treas: Teresa Denning
The Charter Members were:
Anderson, Steve & Mary Weir
Bernardi, Luigi & Debi
Littin, Manny & Jean
Millner, Tommy & Merry Jeanne
Casci, Robert & Natalie
Mourning, Frank & Jackie Brinton
Green, Mike & Liz
Simenauer, Peter & Denise
Weaver, Dorothy Vetrone
Holmes, Jim & Michelle
Jacob, Richard & Marion
Johnson, Scott & Nicole
Wynne, Jack & Jan
The NABC held its first all-breed UKC shows on September 8 and 9, 2012 in Kalamazoo, Michigan.