CHA REGIONS: WHERE ARE THEY?
All CHA Regional Conferences are open to the public and to all horse enthusiasts! Come one, come all and enjoy the comraderie and learning about horsemanship safety. See you there!
REGION 1 - British Columbia, Washington, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, Alberta
Phil Peterson - Washington
February 27 - March 1, 2020
Timberline Ranch in Maple Ridge, British Columbia
REGION 2 - Saskatchewan, Manitoba, North Dakota, South Dakota
Tara Reimer - Manitoba
REGION 3 - Minnesota, Wisconsin, Ontario, Iowa, Illinois
REGION 4 - Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Tennessee, Kentucky, West Virginia
Jenn Gay - Michigan State Rep
Conference: May 16 - 17, 2020 at Brighton Equestrian Center in Brighton, Michigan - Postponed until further notice
REGION 5 - New York, New Jersey, Washington DC, Virginia, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland
Kathie Hilsher - New York
Conference: March 28 - 29, 2020 at Miracle Mountain Ranch in Spring Creek, PA. Postponed until further notice.
This two day conference will be filled with learning, riding, and connecting. We will also hold a Region 5 meeting during the conference to discuss CHA business and 2020 awards. Housing and meals will be available right on the camp property with a special event and dessert Saturday evening.
Many workshops are already in the works, but we are still accepting proposals from those who would like to teach or present. Please email proposals to firstname.lastname@example.org and they will be shared with the planning committee.
REGION 6 - New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Brunswick, Quebec, Newfoundland
Lori Maciulewicz - Massachusetts
REGION 7 - North Carolina, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, Alabama
Conference - Saturday, January 19th in Sophia, NC at Girls Scouts Carolinas Peak to Piedmont. It went well, hope to see you next year!
REGION 8 - Oklahoma, Texas, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico
Cheryl West - Oklahoma
REGION 9 - Missouri, Nebraska, Colorado, Kansas, Wyoming
Conference:Click here for 2 hours of CEUs for all CHA members
It will include a short business meeting then two presentations. One discusses the use of the CHA Levels for Horseback Riding Instruction Programs and the other is on differentiating when stables should classify employees as such and when they may be considered contract workers.
REGION 10 - California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, Hawaii
REGION 11 - Alaska, Yukon Territory
REGION 12 - INTERNATIONAL
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