Its time to roll! Events have started and we are driving on! Here is the latest list of events and drives so far:

Carriage Round-Up, Lexington, KY, June 1-3. (Confirmed)

Killdeer Plains Wildlife Area Drive, June 16th or 17th (Pending)

Wyandot County Historical Society, Upper Sandusky, Ohio, July 7. (Confirmed)

Parker Bridge Drive, Upper Sandusky, Ohio, September 16. (Confirmed)

Coon Hunters Drive, Tiffin, OH, September 23. (Confirmed)

Hite's Log Cabin Drive, Kenton, OH, October 6. (Confirmed)

Christmas on the Farm, Kenton, OH, December ( I have to confirm the date)

Please watch the BSDC Newsletter for updates and confirmations of driving events. Some events may be confirmed or changed at the last minute and I may not have to get the information in the article.

I haven't received much news from the membership, so if anyone has information for the article, please send an email to or call me at 740-251-7193.

Our thoughts and prayers are extended to the Jim Troxel family in their loss of his wife Diane, and to Dr. Susan Orosz and her family in their loss. Please keep both families in our prayers.

By this issue of the Journal we have completed some events such as the Safety Clinic held in Findlay, Ohio, and the Carriage Round-Up in Lexington Ky., and our group event to Holmes County, Ohio. The club is moving right along in the driving season. If anyone would like to add a drive or an event it's still not too late to add it to the list. Just let any of the the Board of Directors know, and we can add it on.

At our March meeting we had "Hat Day". Thanks to Molly Owen and Mary Elliott for preparing the demonstration on hat decorating. They really had some great ideas! It was interesting on what can be used to decorate the hats. Thanks again for a great job ladies.

Just a reminder to the people hosting the drives, it's a good idea if you have the phone number of a local veterinarian in case there is an emergency, You may want to contact them prior to the event to make sure they would be available on the date we are in the area in case something would happen. It would also give them advanced notice that an equine event is in the area,

In the next issues I will give more details for the events that have taken place and any new information that comes in to me.

This will do it for this month, until next time,


Roger Higgins Jr. / Reporter