Contact Theresa Plummer regarding CMBC's spring hunt test at the Kennebec Plains in Maine. Teri welcomes volunteers for bird planting, cooking and setup. AKC hunt test judges are welcome to contact her.
Grounds / Work Days
Contact John Short if you are able to lend a hand or provide equipment to help maintain the CMBC's field trial grounds in Fryeburg, ME.
The Club has at least one work day a year. The CMBC clears brush on trial courses and continues its efforts to improve habitat for the native grouse population.
Ann Short is the CMBC's liaison to the AKC's Government Relations Department. Contact Ann regarding local and state legislative proposals impacting dogs.
Contact Gary Anderson regarding CMBC's fall and spring field trials in Fryeburg, Maine. Gary welcomes volunteers for bird planting, cooking and setup. AKC field trial judges are welcome to contact Gary.
Contact Denise Hue if you would like to become a new member, to renew your membership or if you have other membership questions.
Denise welcomes new member referrals and is always interested in ideas on how the CMBC can improve member outreach.
Brags / Awards
Contact Ann Short to share any of your dog's achievements. Ann presents member rewards at CMBC's annual membership meeting.
Contact Sarah Labonte regarding conformation and CMBC's Specialty Show at the Cumberland Fairgrounds in Maine.
Sarah oversees all aspects of the June dog show including coordinating volunteers and collecting donations for CMBC's fundraising raffle, food, trophies and rosettes.
Contact Julie Harris for general club correspondence. Julie is the CMBC"s secretary. She is also the club's treasurer. responsible for receipts and disbursements.
Contact Denise Hue for any issues with our website including broken links or typos. Denise welcomes photographs and videos from CMBC events that we can use on our website.
Contact Sarah Labonte if you are looking for a puppy and are interested in a breeder referral or if you are a breeder and have puppies available.
Although many CMBC members are breeders, the CMBC does not endorse breeders, does not solicit the sale or purchase of a Brittany and is not responsible for any claims about a puppy or dog.
The best way to ensure a long and happy relationship with a purebred dog is to purchase from a responsible breeder. A responsible breeder is committed to making a good match between prospective owners and the dogs in their care.
CMBC members who are breeders must adhere to the American Brittany Club Breeders Code of Ethics.