Boston terrier show set for April 11

March 06, 1998

WESTMINSTER, Md. - The Boston Terrier Club of Maryland will hold its Annual Black-Eyed Susan Specialty Show on Saturday, April 11, at the Carroll County Agricultural Center, Smith Avenue, Westminster.

The club is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the betterment and promotion of the breed on a national basis.

The show will begin at 8 a.m. and run through the day. Morning events will feature an obedience competition to be judged by Edward Gillespie of Chesapeake City, Md.

The veteran and puppy sweepstakes competition will follow, to be judged by Alice Watkins of Reisterstown, Md.

The junior handler competition will be judged by Toni Gregory of LaPlata, Md.

The parade of champions and titleholders will be followed by all regular and nonregular breed classes and best of breed competition, to be judged by Rose Molder of Englewood Cliffs, N.J.

A buffet and auction of Boston terrier items will end the day's events. Reservations are necessary for the banquet. Food and beverages will be on sale throughout the show.


Some of the top Boston terriers, breeders and handlers from the United States and Canada will be at the show.

Admission to the show is $2 for adults and $1 for children under 12.

Closing date for entries is Wednesday, March 25.

For more information, club membership or premium lists, contact show chairperson Marby Kelly at 1-410-887-7571 or co-chairperson Marilyn Randall at 1-301-283-2525.

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