We are pleased to announce that we have volunteers that are taking over programs for the Association. We have many new, young members and are hoping that their energy and enthusiasm will be infectious.
Rachael Moore of Cameron, Missouri has taken on the job of producing a newsletter for the association. Any personal story or bragging to be done about your livestock or just something that might catch your interest could be shared with our members through the newsletter and this website. If you have any contributions or photos or stories feel free to contact Rachel at 816-645-7461 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A small organization like ours can always use more help in fund-raising, and our new volunteer Lissa Pabst of Hotchkiss, Colorado is up to the task! Any suggestions that you might have for fund raising can be run past Lissa. We have promotional items for sale at the WWA office in Texas. Lissa may be contacted at 970-201-5525 email@example.com.
Hey everyone, the time to submit your bid on the center spot of the World Watusi Association’s TShirt ad space is running out. Our current bid is $400.00 and bidding will end on Monday the 15th of June. If you are still wanting to be featured on one of the smaller spaces you are also on the same deadline. Contact Robin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 254-797-3032.
THIS WAS OLD NEWS, AS OF JUNE 14, 2015 THE BID ON THE CENTER PLACEMENT IS UP TO $450.00….BETTER HURRY.
Here we are marching through spring already, my how time flies. There are only two weeks left to submit your bid for the center place on our promotional TShirts or to arrange for one of the smaller spots surrounding the big ad. Please contact Robin at the office in Texas 254-797-3032 or at Watusicattle@outlook.com.
Also if all members could take a moment to update your membership records to include any email, cell phone and URL addresses. You can send this information to our Secretary, Pam at email@example.com.
More to come.
The World Watusi Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and advancement of African Ankole- Watusi cattle.