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The Central Rockies Schipperke Club was established to support the Schipperke dog breed in the Rocky Mountain region. We are currently a small club of around 30 members from Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming. We have additional members from as far away as Florida.

CRSC is sanctioned as an accredited regional breed club by the American Kennel Club (AKC).

Most members show Schipperkes in AKC conformation and obedience, but membership is not limited. We encourage all who want to support the Schipperke breed to become members.
How to Join Our Club
Membership shall be open to all persons who are in good standing with the American Kennel Club and who subscribe to the objectives and code of ethics of the Central Rockies Schipperke Club.

Membership is not limited to breed owners, but shall be open to anyone interested in the breed.

(a) Regular membership. A type of membership with voting privileges open to persons eighteen (18) years of age or older.

(b) Associate Membership. A type of membership, selected by the applicant, not carrying voting privileges, but having all other privileges of membership. Associate Membership is recommended for those applicants unable to attend regular meetings. If at any time an Associate Member wishes to establish Regular Membership status, he may do so by following normal application procedures for Regular Membership.

(c) Junior membership. A type of Associate membership not carrying voting privileges, but having all other privileges of membership, open to anyone between ten (10) and eighteen (18) years of age. A Junior Member, who turns 18 and wishes to establish Regular Membership status, may do so by following normal application procedures for Regular Membership

A membership application is available so you can join the club.  top
Meeting Schedule
Our meeting schedule has been set for the year. Meetings will be posted on the events calendar. An educational program is presented at every meeting. A club Schipnic (picnic with Schipperkes) will be held in July, and a Holiday Meeting is usually held on the Saturday between Christmas and New Years.  top
Benefits of Membership
Membership in the CRSC benefits the Schipperke breed by providing a local resource for information. The CRSC actively educates the public by providing information booths and pamphlets at area shows.

Members are able and willing to help new Schipperke owners find the resources they need for their pet, obedience, or show dog. Many years of experience is available for sharing.  top
Club Documents
The Constitution and ByLaws are posted for members. There is also a printable Membership Applicationtop
2024 Club Officers:
President Meredith Schmidt
Vice President Michelle Worthington
Treasurer Barbara Murray
Secretary Susan Geiger
Board Members Jennifer Hutchins
Carol Jeanne Stewart
Committee Chairs:  
Breeder Referral Karen Testa
Care & Concern Carol Jeanne Stewart
Programs & Activities Meredith Schmidt
Policies & Procedures Barbara Murray
Standing Rules Barbara Murray
Website Kristen Henry
Club Mailing Address 150 S Calhan Hwy,
Yoder, Colorado 80864

Send correspondence to:
Sue Geiger
Central Rockies Schipperke Club of Greater Denver
3228 S. Garrison St. Apt.299
Lakewood, Colorado 80227
Email: CRSCSecretary@schipperke.com