Region 7

The National Hunting Retriever Club, Inc has 18 regions across the USA and Canada. West Central Ohio HRC is one of 12 clubs located in region 7 which includes Ohio, Michigan and Pennsylvania.

Each region has a Field Representative and a Public Relations Representative who can be contacted to answer any question you may have about our region.

NameTitleContact Info
OPEN   Field Representative

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Sherri Fischer-Sinnaeve Public Relations Representative Sandusky, MI
(419) 626-2884
Email Sherri

Clubs in Region 7


Michigan

Central Michigan HRC
   
Central Michigan HRC Owosso , MI Randy McComas
(313) 478-3961
Email Randy McComas

Central Michigan HRC
   
Great Lakes HRC Paw Paw, MI Eric Slater
(616)532-3840
Email Eric Slater

Central Michigan HRC
   
Michigan HRC Waterford , MI Scott Pennington
(248)888-8529
Email Scott Pennington

Central Michigan HRC
   
St. Clair Flats HRC St. Clair, MI Rick Horn
(810) 794-0350
Email Rick Horn

Central Michigan HRC
   
Southern Michigan HRC Jackson, MI David Smelser
(810) 794-0350
Email David Smelser


Ohio

West Central Ohio HRC
   
West Central Ohio HRC   Covington, OH Jim Manson
(937) 216-1149
Email Jim Manson

Sandusky Bay HRC
   
Sandusky Bay HRC New Waterford , OH John Bidlake
(440) 323-3346
No Email

Ohio HRC
   
Ohio HRC Oakwood , OH Chet Welch
(419)215-4482
Email Chet Welch

   
     


Pennsylvania

Keystone Waterfowlers HRC
   
Keystone Waterfowlers HRC Indiana, PA Jim Houppert
(814)259-3381
Email Jim Houppert

High Flyer HRC
   
High Flyer HRC Wexford , PA Eileen Sieger
412-487-3235
Email Eileen Sieger

HRC Info

Field Represenative

Field Representatives are responsible for upholding all HRC and UKC Rules and Policies. Their duties shall include at least: Attend a minimum of 25% of the Licensed hunts of the clubs within their region to observe the overall operation and quality of the hunts; To file a Hunt Report to HRC and UKC of their overall observation of the hunt, the tests and all aspects of the club's performance in the conduct of the Hunt; If requested, to act as an arbitrator in a dispute regarding a test and assist the hunt committee in preventing or resolving problems; Coordinate, promote and instruct two Judges and Handlers Seminars within the Region each year; Attend the National Meeting each year and attend Judges and Handlers Instructor Training Sessions as may be required; Promote HRC and UKC at every opportunity within the Region; Develop opportunities to showcase HRC and UKC in such areas as Game fairs, Sport and Outdoors Shows, Media Events, UKC Registration Events; Work with the New Club Coordinator in identifying potential New Clubs, follow-up with persons receiving New Club packages and assist, as necessary, in organizational meetings, Preliminary Hunts; Coordinate the election of Regional Running Rules Committee Representatives; and Coordinate and attend an annual meeting of all HRC Clubs within his/her Region.
Field Representatives are appointed to a specific Region, however that authority is applicable to all Regions when the appointed Field Representative for a respective Region is not present. The four Officers of the Executive Committee of HRC, by virtue of the responsibilities of their office, carry the same authority and standing of Field Representatives.
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Public Relations Representative

Each Region also has a Public Relations Representative who is responsible for covering HRC-related events for Hunting Retriever magazine, the official publication of HRC. Regional Representatives and a Chairman for the Committee are appointed by the President of HRC, Inc. with concurrence of the Executive Committee. The members of the Public Relations Committee must be in good standing with a local HRC Club within their Region and with the HRC. Their term of office is for two years. Public Relations Representatives are responsible for overseeing communications within the Region and directing questions to appropriate persons. Like the Field Representative, the Public Relations Representative assists the New Club Coordinator in finding and coordinating new Clubs. Most importantly, the Public Relations Representatives generate a positive image of HRC and are very active in promoting the principles of the organization.
A National Public Relations Committee Chair position was established in 2006. The National Chair oversees the Public Relations Committee Members as well as maintaining communications with New and Existing Clubs.

 

 
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