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The Northwest Dairy Goat Association is a not-for-profit organization that promotes the dairy goat through products, industry, support of youth events and shows.

Next NWODGA Meeting- Christmas Winter Party  
Sunday, December 14th at 2:00 p.m.

We are brainstorming ideas on how to structure this event
so please RSVP if you will be attending.
Lori: jltownies@msn.com

If you have historically attended and will be unable to this year, please let us know,
and offer suggestions. Crazy gift exchange or not? Social only? Potluck, as is the custom?

A reminder will go out the week prior with more specific information and directions.
A couple future club events are listed below.

Clackamas Community Club:
Please look here for the listing of our next meeting, at this location.

Directions to club house: 1. Take the Clackamas / Estacada exit off I-205.
2. Head East after exiting the Freeway.
3. Turn left on 82nd. drive.
4. Go one block and turn left on Adams.
5. Go one block and turn right on 90th. Av.
6. The Clackamas Community Club is on the left side of the street.

Clubhouse website | Directions

We are changing the format of our meetings slightly this year. We will have business board meetings via phone conference and have educational presentations during our regular monthly meetings.

Schedule is up on the meetings page.

Unless noted, we will have a Potluck lunch during the
business meeting so bring your favorite dish to share.

In January we will be having our meeting at the farm and dairy of Dr. Lauren Acton.
Mark your calendars for the second sunday and watch for more information.

Also pencil into your calendars the NWODGA February Conference -
Saturday February 21st.
Speakers are being lined up for another great day of goat education and the hard work will start soon to get everything coordinated.
Watch for information regarding pre-registration after the first of the year.


If you would like to learn more about our dairy goat association, please join us!