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Board of Directors

 

The Board of Directors consists of 9 members. It is comprised of members from each of the founding counties, Boone, Kenton and Campbell or any of the counties in the Northern Kentucky area. There will be no more than three directors from any one county. Term limits are restricted to two consecutive three-year terms. 

  

Members that have submitted a request to be nominated for the Board of Directors are voted in to office by the membership at the Annual meeting. If a director resigns during the year before the end of their term, the Board of Directors will appoint a member to fulfill the remaining term. Each Director is required to serve on at least one Committee.

Board meetings are open to general membership. If you have something that you would like to address the board about, you can email the President to have it added to the agenda. Check the calendar for meeting dates and times.

 

 

 

 

Minutes of Board Meetings

Jeanie Kaht – President
Remington Leach - Vice President
Margaret Collins - Secretary
Mark Nicewonder - Director
Charlie Poppe - Director
Harold Lambert - Director
Buddy Teke - Director
Sam Goderwis - Director
 

Newsflash

Join NKHN at the Kenton County Farm Tour

This Saturday, September 20th, from 9am to 5pm.

We are the #2 stop at the Kenton County Fairgrounds, Whermen Rd. Entrance

We will have a variety of Breeds, demonstrations, Equine Information and fun stuff for the kids.

 

We would like to welcome Judy Arkenau to the board of directors! She was voted in at the Board meeting last night to replace Remington Leach who resigned in July. Judy is active on all the committees and has attended several of the board meetings.

We would also like to welcome Trisha Kremer and Penny Bruestle as new chair and co-chair of the Events and Education Committee.

 

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Scholarship Instructions 2014.pdf

 
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The Northern Kentucky Horse Network is a collaborative effort among Cooperative Extension, the Conservation Service, horse owners, riders, trainers, riding instructors and equine businesses from all breeds, disciplines and types of horse activities.
We welcome amateurs and professionals, horse hobbyists, local riding clubs, veterinarians, farriers, and businesses with an interest in promoting, protecting and educating horses and horse owners.