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AMHA Board of Directors' Second Quarter 2007 Meeting in VT


Shelburne, VT The American Morgan Horse Association (AMHA) Board of Directors is holding its second quarter 2007 meeting in Shelburne, Vermont, Wednesday, May 2 through Saturday, May 5. Directors from across the U.S. will gather to conduct strategic planning (closed session), Registry Committee, Finance Committee, IT Committee, Trust Committee, and General Membership Meeting.


In addition to several days of jam-packed business, the VT Morgan Heritage Foundation and the AMHA staff will host a reception at the AMHA headquarters and the National Museum of the Morgan Horse on Friday evening, May 4. Vermont Governor, Jim Douglas, and other local dignitaries will attend. Musical entertainment will be provided by the Passacaille Trio, members of the Vermont Youth Orchestra Association, courtesy of AMHA Executive Director’s husband, Tony Humphreys, a classical music lover.


Executive Director, Julie Broadway, stated, “We are delighted to have the Board and distinguished guests join us in Shelburne, especially at this beautiful time of the year. Special thanks to the Vermont Youth Orchestra for the Passacaille Trio and to Ruth Towne, Gladys Severance, Anne Brown, and Polly Quinn of the Morgan Heritage Foundation for hosting this lovely reception.” 


The American Morgan Horse Association preserves, promotes and perpetuates the Morgan breed. The Morgan Heritage Foundation is dedicated to preserving and maintaining the presence of the AMHA in Vermont. The National Museum of the Morgan Horse is dedicated to all aspects of the Morgan horse breed through educational programs, exhibits and special events.


The third quarter 2007 AMHA board meeting will be held in Buffalo, New York, and is hosted by the New York Morgan Horse Society.

Founded in 1909, the American Morgan Horse Association is a non-profit organization serving more than 50,000 Morgan horse owners, breeders, exhibitors, and enthusiasts throughout the United States. AMHA serves as a parent organization to more than 90 recognized Morgan horse clubs and national service organizations.


For more information on America’s original horse breed, contact the American Morgan Horse Association, Inc., 122 Bostwick Road, Shelburne, Vermont 05482; (802) 985-4944;

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