06December2022

Leslie's Latest NEWS

Right - Tied Halters and Ropes that carry a great feel are now available from Desmond Outfitter; Rebate from the Top Western Safety Stirrup Maker from Lauren, MT

 More horse-gear from Desmond Outfitter is now in stock.

 

SAFETY FIRST!: IF YOU PURCHASE THESE ITEMS BE SURE TO COIL YOU ROPE PROPERLY AND TIE A CORRECT ROPE-HALTER KNOT. IF YOU ARE GOING TO TIE YOUR HORSE UP WITH ANY ROPE< BE SURE YOU ARE FAMILIAR WITH THE VARIOUS KNOTS THAT ARE COMMONLY USED FOR THIS PURPOSE.  MANY PEOPLE LIKE TO USE A BOWLINE,  A CLOVE HITCH,  A SO-CALLED "Quick-Release" KNOT, OR OTHERS. 

IF YOUR HORSE HAS NOT ALREADY BEEN TRAINED TO STAND TIED COMFORTABLY, AND YOU ARE NOT FAMILIAR WITH THE PROCESS NECESSARY TO ACHIEVE THIS OBJECTIVE CALMLY AND SAFELY, IT IS IMPORTANT TO GET HELP. THIS HELP CAN BE FOM A PROFESSIONAL TRAINER, OR FROM SOMEONE WHOSE KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE WITH HORSES IS SUFFICIENT TO EDUCATE THE HORSE AND, EQUALLY IMPORTANT, TO TEACH YOU HOW TO KEEP THAT SOLID FOUNDATION IN TYING AND HANDLING IN PLACE.

 

WHY IS A RIGHT-TIED HALTER IMPORTANT? DOES MY HORSE NEED ONE?  DO I?

Many horses are handled primarily on their left sides by right-handed people for basic tasks throughout their lives. This can and usually does lead to an imbalance in the way a horse presents itself to a person (left shoulders and leg heavy, leading and leaning into a person, and the right hip often set back, resulting in a horse that does not often stand squarely as a default, or at all. Read more about this in the ARTICLES section of this site. LINK HERE:

Right-tied halters in the following sizes are now available: draft, large, regular, small horse, yearling sizes.  

Available colors: 

black

red

royal blue

dark green

brown

tan

red & black pin stripe

tan & black pin stripe

blue & black wide stripe

green & black wide stripe

yellow & brown wide stripe

purple & pink wide stripe

Leslie has also re-stocked her ropes in a variety of lengths for different jobs. These ropes carry a clear feel.  They carry the best feel of any she has found in decades of using rope (of natural and synthetic materials)  from the climbing, fishing, sailing and logging / tree service industries. These ropes convey your better feel -- and your worst, as well, it must be said -- directly to the horse. In ways that other popular ropes do not, Leslie's ropes immediately reveal, convey and confirm the actual facts about your connection to your horse on the ground!  This feedback is valuable and can be trusted if it is interpreted correctly.

 

The downside: Some people prefer a very light rope or canvas/synthetic tape to lunge or lead their horse. The good news is that these are available at most tack stores and on-line mail order houses.

 Leslie's ropes and halters do not easily absorb and retain sand, moisture, grit and/or granular composites from various arena natural and synthetic arena footings. They are washable and can also be line dried or withstand countless trips through a commercial dryer. The latigo poppers on the ropes also withstand dozens of trips through the washer and dryer.

Leslie's preferred lead rope is available in five lengths for your convenience: 12, 15, 18, 20, and 25 ft. lengths.

 Ideal rope lengths for various tasks are shown below.  This is a guide based on my experience over the years; your needs and circumstances should determine your decision about which length is best for you and your horses. 

Leading and tying small mini, donkey, pony or small horse: 12 ft.

Leading, lunging and/or tying a large pony, mid-sized horse, donkey or mule: 15 ft. or 18 ft.

Leading, lunging  and/ or tying an untrained mid-sized to large horse, or mule: 18 ft to 20 ft.

Leading or lunging a reactive or insensitive large horse, large mule, draft horse: 18 ft., 20 ft., or 25 ft. 

 

 

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Contact Laura if you need another length of rope or size / color of right-tied halter.

There are  24ft. Black and Tan mecates (12-strand square braid in parachute cord). For the Enligsh rider, we offer a 10 ft. closed-rein set-up. These come with detachable English Slobber Straps (your choice of Stainless Steel and Brass hardware). Also, hobbles and latigo curb & chin straps and replacement saddle strings. Floral tooled headstall for the warmblood half-drafts. Fancy tooled floral slobber straps to match!

Contact Laura here: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Last but not least, protect yourself and your family when you put on a set of breakaway stirrups from STI on your saddle!  Nobody looks snappy or feels too good at the lope when they are hanging by the foot.

Please invest in a pair for yourself, your partner and children.  

 Order your pair TODAY directly from Jake and Mike McCarthy, here: www.breakawaystirrups.com

Riders who book private or group coaching with Leslie receive a $50 rebate from the International School of Horsemanship, LLC. when they purchase a pair of breakaway stirrups from STI.

Riders and working students can book travel and lodging arrangements now! Leslie Desmond International School of Horsemanship, 2015 - 2017 Apprenticeship Program

 

Welcome and thanks for registering to participate as a rider working student in the 2015 - 2017 Leslie Desmond Apprenticeship Program.

If you are already signed up to ride or work during three or more of the sessions listed below, it is time to start booking travel and lodging arrangements for your reserved venues.

Before contacting the venue host or owner, please read the materials and follow the links below carefully to decide how you will arrive and where you will stay.

At certain venues (Coalfax, CA / Ward, CO / Tarrega, SPAINthe arrangements have already been made and pre-paid. To register for these accommodations it will be necessary to contact Barb Dean This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or leave word for a call back at: 602-228-7612. (Preferably, to be certain your message is recieved, leave word and request a reply in both places.)

THERE IS ROOM FOR 3 MORE RIDERS and 6 WORKING STUDENTS ! 

To recieve registration details please contact Laura here:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

2015

Feb 7 - Feb 22   JC Horseshoe Ranch / Location: 11216 FM 470,  Tarpley, TX 78883 - http://www.jchorseshoeranch.com - http://www.mapquest.com/us/tx/tarpley - If you want to pull your travel trailer or horse trailer with living quarters onsite, please contact the ranch owner/manager Jody Campbell  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   (830) 460-0907. 

 

Other local options can be found RIGHT HEREYou may want to contact the other participants to share costs for a two-week rental of a hotel suite, cabin or other B&B.

 

This was recommended:http://banderalodgehotel.com/

 

March 14 - March 29   Douglas Ranch / Location: 34220 Panoche Rd. Paicines, CA  95043 - http://www.douglasranch.com

Contact: Rani Douglas This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  (831) 628-3800 

April 18 - May 3 Private venue in Colfax, CA.  Make lodging arrangements through Barb Dean: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

June 6 - June 21     KORUMDALEN  Location: KORUM, Vartveigveien 66, 1890 Rakkestad, NORWAY.  Contact: Ida Rognerud   +47 90320874  / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

July 11 - 25 Kalvfalls Ranch / Österbymo, SWEDEN (arrive and depart on Saturday) Physical and Post Address: Kalvefall , S-570-62 Ydre, SWEDEN /  http://www.atur.se    Contact: Olle Forsell   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   . Tel: + 46 (0) 140 911334.

Map and FACEBOOKLINK toKalvfalls Ranch.

If you FLYBook through Amsterdam on KLM to Linkoping and then take the train to Tranås. It is the same distance from Arlanda (ARN) Airport in Stockholm as from Kastrup Kopehagen. At both of these international airports a longer train trip will bring you to Tranås. Another cheap flight option is to fly to Skavstad and then take the bus to Linkoping, and from there, the train to Tranås.

Pickup services: from Tranås -100 SEK (Approximately 11 € or $13 USD); from Nässjö 200 SEK (About 22€ or $26 USD); and, from Linkoping 500 SEK (About 55 € or $65 USD)

Aug 8 - Aug 23  Woodwind Farm Location: 2465 Line 10 North, Hawkestone, Ontario, CANADA L0L 1T0– http://www.woodwindfarm.ca      LOCATION: http://www.mapquest.com/satellite-maps/#bb502d9b78f5d48c7ec5e6e8

Contact: Christopher Eaves or Aaron   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 705-345-5113 / Alt. Tel: 705-329-0060.  FLY and then drive? Toronto, CANADA  http://www.mapquest.com/?q=airport+near%3A+Toronto+ON+CA

Sept 19 - Oct. 4 Glacier View Ranch / Ward, CO – http://www.glacierviewranch.com - http://www.mapquest.com/us/co/ward

Make lodging arrangements through Barb Dean: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Oct 24 - Nov 8  The Seven Springs Ranch Location:  10879 Buckhorn, Glide, OR 97433. LOCATION: http://www.mapquest.com/maps?city=Glide&state=OR.  

For lodging options, click NOW!  Consider: <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>  / $60/night for double occupancy. Add $10/night for each additional person after that.

Nov 28 - Dec 13   Tàrrega (Lleida) SPAIN. Make lodging arrangements through Barb Dean: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


2016   

Feb 6 – 21 Tombstone Monument Ranch / Tombstone, AZ - http://www.tombstonemomumentranch.com  Contact: Reservation Desk   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   (520) 457-7299 / (520) 457-8707

March 5 - March 20 JC Horseshoe Ranch / Location: 11216 FM 470,  Tarpley, TX 78883 - http://www.jchorseshoeranch.com - http://www.mapquest.com/us/tx/tarpley - If you want to pull your travel trailer or horse trailer with living quarters onsite, please contact the ranch owner/manager Jody Campbell  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   (830) 460-0907. 

 

Other local options can be found RIGHT HERE You may want to contact the other participants to share costs for a two-week rental of a hotel suite, cabin or other B&B.

 

This was recommended: http://banderalodgehotel.com/

 

April 2 - April 17 Douglas Ranch / Location: 34220 Panoche Rd. Paicines, CA  95043 - http://www.douglasranch.com Contact: Rani Douglas This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  (831) 628-3800 

April 30 - May 15    Domaine Rurhof, Location: Am Rurbusch 3, B-4750 Bütgenbach, Belgium -  http://www.rurhof.be

Contact: Eva Weiler  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   +32 (0) 80 88 15 20 (office)

June 4 - 19  KORUMDALEN  Location: KORUM, Vartveigveien 66, 1890 Rakkestad, NORWAY

Contact: Ida Rognerud   +47 90320874  / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

July 9 – 23 Kalvfalls Ranch / Österbymo, SWEDEN (arrive and depart on Saturday) Physical and Post Address: Kalvefall , S-570-62 Ydre, SWEDEN /  http://www.atur.se    Contact: Olle Forsell   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   . Tel: + 46 (0) 140 911334.

Map and FACEBOOK LINK toKalvfalls Ranch.

If you FLY:  Book through Amsterdam on KLM to Linkoping and then take the train to Tranås. It is the same distance from Arlanda (ARN) Airport in Stockholm as from Kastrup Kopehagen. At both of these international airports a longer train trip will bring you to Tranås. Another cheap flight option is to fly to Skavstad and then take the bus to Linkoping, and from there, the train to Tranås.

Pickup services: from Tranås -100 SEK (Approximately 11 € or $13 USD); from Nässjö 200 SEK (About 22€ or $26 USD); and, from Linkoping 500 SEK (About 55 € or $65 USD)

August 13 – 28 Woodwind Farm Location: 2465 Line 10 North, Hawkestone, Ontario, CANADA L0L 1T0– http://www.woodwindfarm.ca      LOCATION: http://www.mapquest.com/satellite-maps/#bb502d9b78f5d48c7ec5e6e8

Contact: Christopher Eaves or Aaron   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 705-345-5113 / Alt. Tel: 705-329-0060.  FLY and then drive? Toronto, CANADA  http://www.mapquest.com/?q=airport+near%3A+Toronto+ON+CA

September 3 - 18  Glacier View Ranch / Ward, CO  - http://www.glacierviewranch.com / http://www.mapquest.com/us/co/ward

Make lodging arrangements through Barb Dean: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">October 1 - 16  The Seven Springs Ranch Location:  10879 Buckhorn, Glide, OR 97433. LOCATION: http://www.mapquest.com/maps?city=Glide&state=OR

For lodging options, click NOWConsider: <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>  / $60/night for double occupancy. Add $10/night for each additional person after that. 

November 5 - 20 Tàrrega (Lleida) SPAIN

Make lodging arrangements through Barb Dean: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


2017  

THERE IS ROOM FOR 3 MORE RIDERS and 6 WORKING STUDENTS ! 

To recieve registration details please contact Laura here:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

Feb 4 -  Feb 19   Tombstone Monument Ranch / Tombstone, AZ - http://www.tombstonemomumentranch.com  Contact: Reservation Desk   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   (520) 457-7299 / (520) 457-8707

March 4 -  March 19 JC Horseshoe Ranch / Location: 11216 FM 470,  Tarpley, TX 78883 - http://www.jchorseshoeranch.com - http://www.mapquest.com/us/tx/tarpley - If you want to pull your travel trailer or horse trailer with living quarters onsite, please contact the ranch owner/manager Jody Campbell  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   (830) 460-0907.

 

 

Other local options can be found RIGHT HERE.   You may want to contact the other participants to share costs for a two-week rental of a hotel suite, cabin or other B&B.

 

This was recommended: http://banderalodgehotel.com/

 

April 1 - April 16  Douglas Ranch / Location: 34220 Panoche Rd. Paicines, CA  95043 - http://www.douglasranch.com Contact: Rani Douglas This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  (831) 628-3800 

May 6 - May 21    Domaine Rurhof, Location: Am Rurbusch 3, B-4750 Bütgenbach, Belgium -  http://www.rurhof.be

Contact: Eva Weiler  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   +32 (0) 80 88 15 20 (office)

June 3 - 18  KORUMDALEN  Location: KORUM, Vartveigveien 66, 1890 Rakkestad, Norway.  LOCATION: http://www.mapquest.com/no/rakkestad  / Contact: Ida Rognerud This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  FLY TO: Oslo, Norway

July 8 - July 22   Kalvfalls Ranch / Österbymo, SWEDEN (arrive and depart on Saturday) Physical and Post Address: Kalvefall , S-570-62 Ydre, SWEDEN /  http://www.atur.se    Contact: Olle Forsell   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   . Tel: + 46 (0) 140 911334.

Map and FACEBOOK LINK to Kalvfalls Ranch.

If you FLY: Book through Amsterdam on KLM to Linkoping and then take the train to Tranås. It is the same distance from Arlanda (ARN) Airport in Stockholm as from Kastrup Kopehagen. At both of these international airports a longer train trip will bring you to Tranås. Another cheap flight option is to fly to Skavstad and then take the bus to Linkoping, and from there, the train to Tranås.
Pickup services: from Tranås -100 SEK (Approximately 11 € or $13 USD); from Nässjö 200 SEK (About 22€ or $26 USD); and, from Linkoping 500 SEK (About 55 € or $65 USD)

Aug 12 - Aug 27   Woodwind Farm Location: 2465 Line 10 North, Hawkestone, Ontario, CANADA L0L 1T0– http://www.woodwindfarm.ca      LOCATION: http://www.mapquest.com/satellite-maps/#bb502d9b78f5d48c7ec5e6e8

Contact: Christopher Eaves or Aaron   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 705-345-5113 / Alt. Tel: 705-329-0060.  FLY and then drive? Toronto, CANADA  http://www.mapquest.com/?q=airport+near%3A+Toronto+ON+CA

Sept 16 - Oct 1  Glacier View Ranch / Ward, CO  - http://www.glacierviewranch.com

LOCATION: http://www.mapquest.com/us/co/ward.       Make lodging arrangements through Barb Dean: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Oct 7 - Oct 22  The Seven Springs Ranch Location:  10879 Buckhorn, Glide, OR 97433.

LOCATION: http://www.mapquest.com/maps?city=Glide&state=OR

For lodging options, click NOW!  Consider: <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.> / $60/night for double occupancy. Add $10/night for each additional person afterthat. 

November 11 - 26  Tàrrega (Lleida) SPAIN

Make lodging arrangements through Barb Dean: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">

 

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THERE IS ROOM FOR 3 MORE RIDERS and 6 WORKING STUDENTS ! 

To recieve registration details please contact Laura here:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

 

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SITES for APPRENTICESHIP COURSE 2015-2016

 

 

Each apprentice will register to attend two venues per year.  Selection of the preferred location and two backup choices should be noted in  your application. Four riders per venue except where noted. Thank you!

Questions? Please contact Laura here: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

2015

 

February 7 - 28 JC Horseshoe Ranch / Tarpley, TX

March 14 - April 3 Douglas Ranch / Paicines, CA

April 18 - May 9 Private venue in Colfax, CA

June 3 - 24 Korumdalen / Rakkestad, NORWAY

July 5 - 26 Kalvfalls Ranch / Österbymo, SWEDEN

August 1 - 22 Woodwind Farm / Hawkestone, Ontario, CANADA

Sept 13 - Oct. 4 Glacier Valley Ranch / Ward, Colorado

Oct 24 - Nov 14 The Seven Springs Ranch / Glide, Oregon

Nov 28 - Dec 19 Tarrega (Lleida) SPAIN

 

2016 DATES CONFIRMED -- PLAN AHEAD!

 

Feb 6 – 27 TBA / Tombstone, AZ

March 6 – 27 JC Horseshoe Ranch / Tarpley, TX

April 3 – 25 Douglas Ranch / Paicines, CA

May 1 – 22 Private venue in Colfax, CA

June 5 – 26 Korumdalen / Rakkestad, NORWAY

July 3 – 24 Kalvfalls Ranch / Österbymo, SWEDEN

August 7 – 28 Woodwind Farm / Hawkestone, Ontario, CANADA

September 4 – 25 Glacier Valley Ranch / Ward, Colorado

October 2 – 23 The Seven Springs Ranch / Glide, Oregon

November 6 – 27 Tarrega (Lleida) SPAIN

Schedule for Dove Creek Ranch in Canyon, Texas

 SCHEDULE for October 25 - 27, 2013 in Canyon, TEXAS 

www.dovecreekranch.com 

VISIT LESLIE  at Dove Creek Ranch this coming weekend and LEARN HOW to use Feel & Release for beautiful and efficient maneuvers! English and Western Riders on all breeds of horses are welcome! 

 

At Leslie's events, children and young adults 21 and under are always welcome at no charge.

 

 Dove Creek Ranch

16201 Gordon Cummings Road  

 Canyon, Texas 79015 

 

QUESTIONS? Contact Leslie here: 602-228-7612

 

 

 

This weekend in Canyon, Leslie will explain the approach and demonstrate the straightforward techniques that Bill Dorrance showed her during her extensive apprenticeship.  Come and check it out!

 

What will you learn? By the end of this weekend you will clearly understand the feel & release philosophy and few simple techniques that more and more people are using successfully to  get most out of their horse experience -- on horseback and a'foot!

If you are a horse trainer and have reached an impasse with a client's horse, this is a good opportunity to break the cycle.

Trainers in Germany, Spain, Norway, UK, Sweden, Finland, France, Hungary and Italy representing many disciplines have taken Leslie's lead and support to successfully re-launch their careers into an exciting new direction.  In less time than imagined, they have even surpassed their stated goals using feel & release and are moving ahead with renewed enjoyment in their work, and a confident refinement in their approach to their students and their horses.

This approach was advocated by master horseman Bill Dorrance. Feel & release is both carefully explained and well-illustrated in the 368-page classic training manual, "True Horsemanship Through Feel” that Leslie co-wrote and published for Bill in 1999. A few years later, Leslie produced the 10-C audio book, "Horse Handling and Riding Through Feel". She is now quite close to completing two new books (“Riding with Bill” and “The Feel of a Horse” that she has been working on for the last few years.

This weekend in Canyon, Leslie will explain the approach and demonstrate the straightforward techniques that Bill showed her during her extensive apprenticeship.  Come and check it out! 

Can't make the weekend commitment?

Enjoy the Friday afternoon demonstration and get the essential points to think about and techniques to carry home that will change your connection to horses for the better from that point forward.

She will demonstrate the techniques, angles and body alignment necessary to lighten up the hands, release the horse's withers and shoulders into maneuvers on a loose leading rein, and much more.  Important upper body and leg positions will be shown and as riders refine their presentation to their horses using feel & release. Auditors, as well, will be amazed to realize how simple is it to achieve and maintain correct equitation necessary for a horse to perform at its optimum capacity Friday, October 25, 2013 from 4:30 - 6:30 PM and then please join us for a dinner in town.

 

During the private 90-min. lesson format on Saturday and Sunday (from 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM with a lunch break at 12:30 - 2:00 PM) riders and auditors will be immersed in the simple but essential aspects of Leslie's horse-training foundation.  (See schedule, below.)

 You will see what Bill Dorrance showed Leslie about refining the presentation to the horse using feel & release. After this, you will know were the feet are, how to replace them, and be able to adjust your horse's head, neck, shoulders, rips, loin and hips  . . .  all this with lighter hands as you refine your new skills on the ground and in mounted work, too.

 Sat-Sun Daily Schedule

FOUNDATION BASICS   /   90-minute private lessons 

9:00 - 10:30

Short Break

11:00 - 12:30

12:30 - 2:00     PLEASE STAY FOR LUNCH  / $7.00

 

Saturday -- Grass-fed beef burgers with all the fixin's

Sunday -- Beef Burritos and Frank Castillo's famous beans

 Lunch for youth is offered compliments of Dove Creek Ranch. Wow! 

2:00 - 3:30

Short Break

4:00 - 5:30

5:30 - 7:00

Plan for some intensive study,  and a whole lot of fun.

 

 

On the horizon . . .

 

The Texas is followed by demonstrations and clinics scheduled in California

(November 7-10 in Atwater, and November 17 in Livermore.)

Watch for Details on the schedule.

Dec. 13- 15, 2013 -  Cape Cod, MA

Jan. 17 - 19, 2014 - Cape Cod, MA

March 28 - 30, 2014  - Ontario, Canada

 

Coming up in 2015 . . .

 

Horse lovers (over 18) who are interested registering for the 2015 apprenticeship program can send complete contact details here:

 

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   

 

 

Please be sure to include the following details in your initial contact: (email, phone, post address).

 

SUBJECT LINE:   2015 APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM 

 

Application / registration packets course description will be sent out in mid-December.

 

Have a wonderful day!

 

Leslie