NOTE: This is a READ ONLY TOPIC, so please no responses here.
Hi everyone welcome to the Dog Agility Enthusiasts Team, the only team (that I know of) that is exclusively for folks who are involved in the sport of Dog Agility.
In an effort to make the team as accessible & easy as possible, we are asking all newcomers to look through the topics that already exist to find something of interest rather than beginning a new Topic or Forum.
You can do this by going to the Team Page and clicking on "View All Topics." There you will find our discussion threads. Please feel free to subscribe (post a comment) to any or all of them, but we especially recommend the "Dog Agility Enthusiasts" Main topic if nothing else seems to fit.
The one and only request we ask of you, other than asking you to enjoy yourself is:
***Please Do Not Create Any New Topics before viewing all previous topics and determining that your comment can't be posted in one of those.***
The reason we are asking this is because we have a lot of duplicate threads. For instance our Newbie-Introductions thread...we really do want to hear from all of our new team members but we don’t need to have a new thread for each persons introduction.
With every new thread it pushes other threads down the list and out of site so a newer topic may be pushed out of site before it even had a chance to be viewed. There is not a problem reviving an old topic, just add your entry and that brings it back to "life"! When in doubt please fee free to contact me or post to the main thread and we'll find the answer.
Thanks you for reading through all this, and most of all, thank for joining our team. If you have ANY questions at all, please feel free to Sparkmail me or contact me on my private email at: winpins@ gmail.com. I will do my best to help you any way I can.
I hope that you’ll find the support and motivation you need to achieve your goals here. A team is no stronger than the people who make it up. So come on in and make us stronger.
Lynn Bryant Your Team Leader
Edited by: LABRYANT at: 6/1/2012 (14:52)
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