AAPF/CAPF Will Announce New Directors At The International Hoof-Care Summit

The American and Canadian Associations of Pro­fessional Farriers (AAPF/CAPF) will announce the results of membership voting for open positions on the board of directors in February at the International Hoof-Care Summit.

Eight candidates are running for three open positions on the board. Each seat is a 3-year term. Voting ended Jan. 6. The candidates are:

Kevin Alcock, APF, CJF II; Uxbridge, Ontario

Curtis Burns, APF; Wellington, Fla., and Saratoga, N.Y.

Tim Burris, APF; Jacksonville, Fla.

Tim Cable, APF; Blasdell, N.Y.

Luke Farmer, APF; Murillo, Ontario

Justin Galli, APF; Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

Mike Hayward, APF; Los Gatos, Calif.

Kendra Skorstad, APF; Burlington, Wis.

The three winners will succeed retiring board members Scott Lampert, APF, Lake Elmo, Minn.; Bob Pethick, APF, CJF, Califon, N.J.; and Doug Workman, APF, CJF, Cleveland, Ga.

The results of the voting will be announced at the AAPF/CAPF annual meeting, which will take place at 7:30 p.m., Feb. 4, during the International Hoof-Care Summit at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Cincinnati, Ohio.


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