Welcome to the TarTan Gordon Setter Club homepage!
We invite you to browse through this site and read all about who we are and the wonderful black and tan dogs we love so much.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions, comments or inquiries.
Please join us on June 23rd for our annual picnic. Details here
TarTan members and friends! We are pleased to announce a very special event. On Saturday, June 22, the day before our wonderful Picnic (details on that later), TarTan will present a One Day Bird Dog Training Seminar with noted trainer Nick Mellon, at the Flaherty Field Trial Area. Click here for a flyer with details, but if you need more information, please contact me.
If you are planning to attend, you may send a check to me, and your place will be reserved. I expect a session full of information and hands-on experience for ALL levels of dogs and their owners. Don’t miss out on this fabulous event!!!!
President, TarTan Gordon Setter Club
TARTAN GORDON SETTER CLUB, INC.
NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
The TarTan Gordon Setter Club, Inc. has applications available for one (1) $1,500 scholarship for the 2013-2014 academic year.
- Owns a Gordon Setter or
- Is the child or spouse of someone who owns a Gordon Setter
- Will be enrolled as a full-time student at an accredited institution of higher learning for the 2013-2014 academic year
- Major field of study shall be related to Animal Sciences (including, but not limited to, veterinary, zoology, wildlife management, ecology, behavioral science, etc.) or Comparative Medicine (including, but not limited to) microbiology, pathology, biotechnology, genomics, molecular genetics, etc.)
The application can be downloaded here: http://tartangsc.org/docs/TarTanScholarshipApplicationForm2013.doc
or is available from:
TarTan GSC Inc.
c/o Ginette Desrosiers
32 Baggs Hill Rd.
Granby, MA 01033-9508
Applications must be postmarked no later than May 31, 2013. Those postmarked after this date will not be considered.
Congratulations to the recipient of the TarTan Scholarship for the 2012-2013 Academic Year
Rachael R. Ostrem of Radcliffe, IA. She will be attending William Woods University in MO, double majoring in Biology and Equestrian Science. She plans to continue her education to obtain her DVM.
She would like to specialize in large animals.
For more information about the TarTan Scholarship program, click here.
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