TROT ANNUAL POTLUCK DINNER AND GUEST SPEAKER
WHEN: Saturday, February 24, 2018, 6:00 pm
WHERE: Howard County Fairgrounds – Dining Hall Building
All are welcome! Bring family, and friends.
Presentation by Dr. Catherine Nunnery, a well-known equine ophthalmologist.
Please bring a dish according to the first letter of your last name:
A – L Main dish.
M – Z Salad or side dish.
Our set-up volunteers will bring appetizers. TROT will provide dessert and beverages.
SILENT AUCTION. Consider donating tack or barn supplies in new or gently used condition. Do you have a service or product that could be donated? If so, bring a service notice. For advanced donation pickup, contact Barbara Sollner-Webb (email@example.com or 301-604-3852). Proceeds go to TROT’s mission of supporting sustainable trails.
IMPORTANT: Weather cancellation. If bad extreme weather is predicted, the event will be cancelled. Check TROT website (www.TROT-MD.org), TROT Facebook page, or call TROT President Gale Monahan (301-854-3852).
Welcome To TROT
Founded in 1980, TROT is an all-volunteer grassroots membership organization that provides a vital voice for the preservation and creation of sustainable trails for equestrian use. TROT promotes trail riding by holding organized rides and educational activities throughout the year, promoting safe riding, trail etiquette, and proper horses care. Join TROT – If you enjoy riding horses on trails in Maryland, want to learn about great places to ride, and would like to see these trails remain open to all riders, see our membership page to join/renew/contribute. And be sure to check out our list of scheduled rides on our calendar page.Learn More (PDF)
Many of the trails open to equestrians are multi-use trails that also are open to hikers and bikers. The success of TROT’s mission depends on the active participation of equestrian and non-equestrian trail enthusiasts, and we actively support collaborations with all users to ensure that trails are available for everyone…
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