Arlene has been involved with agility and the Agility Association of Canada since the late 90’s. While always running dogs, she has also been a volunteer for AAC doing membership for almost 10 years, active on the committee for the first Ontario Regionals,and the first Nationals held in Ontario, She has been judging since 2003, Team Manager for the 2006 IFCS trip to the Netherlands. and on the Management Committee for the IFCS team since 2014. She has traveled several times with the team to Europe(at my expense) The goal each year is to build the best team possible, and to give the team as much support as we can and to do it in the most economical way possible,. We strive to make a team the Canadian agility community can be proud of! Looking forward to another exciting year..
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Lori has been an AAC Member since 1992. She was also an AAC Judge and CKC Judge. Lori was Team Manager/Captain for the CKC Team from initiation in 2002 to 2008. Lori lives with 4 horses and 6 dogs. She started running agility with Shetland Sheepdogs and now breeds Mudis (Mudi -Pronouned Moody) at Iszkiri Kennels in Calgary. As a Volunteer, Lori Pichurski devotes her time to the AAC Team Management, offering advice, helping with Facebook and the Team Website.
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Krista has been training and competing in agility since 2013. She homeschools her 2
BC's, Alibi and Jury, and is a regular fixture at local AAC trials. Krista supports her
agility addiction by practicing law. She is legal counsel for more than 15 non-profit
corporations across Canada and has an extensive background in corporate
governance, risk management and dispute resolution. She will be writing updates for the AAC On Course.
Pamela has been competing in agility since 2003 with many different breeds. She has earned several Agility Trial Champion of Canada (ATChC) titles and two Lifetime Achievement Awards of Excellence. Pamela has spent 30 years in law enforcement and has vast experience in planning large scale events. Pamela is an AAC competitor, judge and trial host and brings with her unwavering dedication to the team, the sport and the Agility Association of Canada.
Heidi has been in the sport of agility since 2005 and an AAC member since 2009. She lives in Parry Sound, Ontario where she shares her home with 3 Border Collies, an Australian Shepherd, and a Papillion. In her professional life she has been a CPA since 1998 and I is the Chief Operating Officer of the West Parry Sound Health Centre. She will definitly bring to the AAC National Team, leadership in fiscal stewardship and strong project management skills
Anneli has been a member of AAC for almost 20 years and has sat on the Disciplinary Committee for 10 of those years.She has won 6 regional championships in the AB/NWT region and won a national championship. She has hosted an AB/NWT regional event and has hosted 13 trials a year for the past five years for AAC.
She was a member of four IFCS teams in consecutive years with two different dogs. She has ample experience and wants to give back to the AAC by being part of the team management committee and lending her expertise and knowledge.
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Christines agility journey began in 2001 with my first Chesapeake Bay Retriever, Chance. In 2004, I co-founded my own agility club, The Agility Connection (TAC), which hosts three annual AAC Sanctioned Trials at Lake Ontario Park in Kingston. I became an AAC jjudge in 2010. Currently she is vice president of the AAC Board of Directors and recently became the Liaison for ACC and Management Group.