Cooks Creek Heritage Day - August 26th 2018
On Sunday afternoon we participated in the above event with an Exhibit. This turned out to be terrific publicity for the club and we had a steady flow of old and young by our display.
We had our club material - Brochures, Poultry Standard books, Fall sale posters, Mugs, etc on display. Andrew the fainting goat was a big hit as were all the critters - the velveteen rabbit ant the hens and roosters.
People were really interest in the club and what we are about - Thank goodness Danica and Kylie were on hand to answer questions as to breeds, colors, the intricacies of raising critters and much more.
A big thank you to Danica and Kylie for the work and materials for not only setting up our display but for bringing the critters as well.
Be sure to take a look at all of the pictures below (click an image to enlarge). The Cooks Creek Heritage Museum’s appreciation of our attendance is evidenced by their Thank You Note!
Click the following link to open the printable .pdf version.
Click the following link for the Fall Sale Information Sheet
Please print it off and distribute it in as many places as possible; such as restaurants, feed stores, libraries, veterinary offices, convenience stores, and any other place you can think of.
Do Not think because you are a great distance to the event – posters in your area are not needed- they are great publicity for the club no matter where you are!
Promotion of the sale is being included in local media but our best publicity is from members in getting the word out.
With the help of all members and the news media advertisements combined; our club stands a very good chance of making the sale a success.
"Please be advised that there is a chat group on the internet called "cluck and quack", claiming to be the official chat group for the Cluck and Quack Poultry Club. This group IS NOT our official chat group, and they are using our registered name without permission. Any information presented by the maintainers of this group are not officially supported by the members of the Cluck and Quack Poultry Club."