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October 07, 2020


Dear Columbia Canary Club members,

Once again, the officers and the board of directors of the club agreed to cancel our

scheduled meeting that was to have taken place this next Sunday, October 11th

at Fisher Basin Park in Vancouver. The reasons are two-fold. First, the weather forecast for the outdoor meeting is rain with temperatures in the upper 50's. Second, the facilities at the park have been closed and locked for the winter season. In addition, several members have stated that they wouldn't be able to attend.


Our October meeting is when all ballots, both those mailed and those delivered in

person, are counted and the club elects new officers for the coming year. As this cannot occur due to the cancellation of our regular meeting, we are extending the time that ballots will be accepted by mail. We are asking all members to complete their ballots and mail them to the club post office box no later that October 16th

so that they will arrive by the first part of the following week. They will be opened and counted by a minimum of two club members and the winners announced.

Please mail them by Oct. 16th


We don't want this to drag out. We need to get the officers elected.

We are trying to make other arrangements for meetings as the Grange continues to be closed to all activities. It remains a challenge to find an available facility of adequate size to allow for social distancing of a group our size.

Thank you for your understanding.



Columbia Canary Club

PO Box 2013

Clackamas, OR 97015


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Headquartered in the Portland-Vancouver area, the Columbia Canary Club is a regional organization dedicated to the hobby of keeping and breeding canaries and other birds. Emphasis is placed on the dissemination of information for the care, feeding, breeding and exhibition of birds and offering support to bird fanciers.

The Columbia Canary Club was founded in January 1953 and was originally called the Colorbred Bird Club.  In 1954 the First Annual Show was presented with over 150 entries.  The Annual Canary and Finch Show continues to be the highlight every year.

Meetings are held monthly and often involve educational topics. Past meetings have featured visits from veterinarians as well as demonstrations on subjects such as breeding, banding, nutrition, housing, grooming and preparing for bird shows. A lot of snacking and socializing usually occurs as well!

We look forward to having you join us!

      Columbia Canary Club       

PO Box 2013

Clackamas, OR 97015


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