A Well Run Event for USDF Region Three
Sunday, October 14, 2001
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Faso said, "We had 55 volunteers that have done our shows in the past. Some stayed two days, such as scribes and ring stewards; we had six scorers, four of which are professional accountants. I guess what I am trying to say here, as volunteer coordinator and show organizer, is that the show was successful only because of great volunteers. You are only as good as those who do the work. They come for our two shows and have a blast."
Volunteer Natalie Norton said, "Despite the weather, I had a great time volunteering yet again! I also had the great pleasure of being a runner for the hero of my youth, Kay Meredith. The Faso's all make us feel very important even though our contribution is small. I can't wait to go back again next year."
Faso added, "American Bankers Insurance Company sponsors all the ABIC/USDF Region Champs and we just can't thank them enough for their support. Joe Carr has been to a lot of Regional Champs this year and he also goes to the USDF Convention every year, so he is pretty much up on what's going on in the country and with USDF."
Carr, a VP from ABIC, was busy all weekend rolling centerlines, handing out awards, and helping generously in any way he could. His 12-year-old daughter Katie also volunteered, running scores for the judges. He said, " The Region 3 Championships were wonderful and showed how hard work pays off in all aspects of dressage: the riding, training and show management illustrated what a true regional championship is all about. I'd like to say congratulations to all."
By Amber Heintzberger for Dressagedaily.com
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