February 16, 2018
Click to see full report. Please join us at the second MRC Membership Meeting of 2018, at the home of Allison & Les Lukaszewski, 33W025 Rochefort Ln, Wayne, IL. We will have an appetizer-potluck along with the meeting. Please RSVP to Allison at 630-377-3758.
FULL REPORT: MRC Nominating Committee Report 2018
January 13, 2018
We are adding TDU (Tracking Dog Urban) to the MRC Spring Tracking tests. See Club Events --> MRC Tracking Tests for details.
December 21, 2017
Please join us at the first MRC Membership Meeting of 2018, at the home of Allison & Les Lukaszewski, 33W025 Rochefort Ln, Wayne, IL. We will have a potluck and conduct the meeting. Please RSVP to Allison at 630-377-3758.
February 17, 2017
Please plan to attend the MRC March Membership meeting at the home of Allison & Les Lukaszewski, 33W025 Rochefort Ln, Wayne, IL. We will have a potluck and conduct the meeting. Nominations will be accepted for the open board positions.
February 17, 2017
Here is a summary of the MRC events for the first half of 2017. March MRC Membership Meeting is March 19th. Agility will by April 14-16. VST Tracking will be May 7th. The date of the May Membership Meeting is still TBD.
February 13, 2017
Start making your plans for the ARC 2017 National Specialty & Sieger Show in Carson City, NV. The events run from May 13-21. Visit us at www.ARCnationals.com . We'll see you there!
November 14, 2016
The Annual December MRC General Membership meeting will again be held at the home of Allison & Les Lukaszewski, in Wayne, IL. We hope to see many of you there. Main dish and beverages provided. Contact Allison about bringing a side dish or dessert. See you all soon !
New Hope for Curing Canine Bone Cancer – In honor of beloved Rottweiler, Ms. “Stella for Star” Cassese
November 9, 2016
NEW HOPE FOR CURING CANINE BONE CANCER
In honor of beloved Rottweiler, Ms. “Stella for Star” Cassese
November 7, 2016, Grand Rapids, MI: A beautiful and moving new music video is now available to the public on YouTube. It portrays moments in the life and history of an adored Rottweiler, Stella. The catalyst for the video’s creation was her affliction with osteosarcoma, the bone cancer to which the Rottweiler breed is especially susceptible. The purpose of the video is to raise funds for scientific research in RHF’s ongoing quest to find a cure for this scourge of Rotties. The charming on-screen photographs featured on-screen range from Stella’s young existence as a tiny two-month old pup (born October 12, 2010) to the regal persona she quickly became. Accompanying these delightful images is a song of love and loyalty – “I Will Carry You.” The video was created by Gil Polk – actor, singer, songwriter, freelance video editor and animal lover.
Please see the attached document and link to the video below: