The Oregon League of Rabbit and Cavy Breeders is a nonprofit organization chartered by the American Rabbit Breeders Association. First organized in 1977, the OLRCB is committed to:
All Judges, Registrars, Club Officials and Members are representatives of the OLRCB, the ARBA and of the rabbit/cavy fancy. As such, all members of the OLRCB shall agree to act honorably in their pursuit of the rabbit/cavy fancy. In both rabbit/cavy related ventures, members shall strive to promote the hobby; they shall embody the virtues of sportsmanship and esteem.
All members shall conduct themselves to reflect credit on the rabbit/cavy fancy in the general and the OLRCB in particular. This includes respect for the ARBA, the OLRCB, affiliated clubs, and for fellow rabbit/cavy breeders.
Conduct shall be directed toward educating the public, improving one's own knowledge and demonstrating integrity. actions should complement the OLRCB's goal of promoting rabbit/cavy breeding and showing.
Members should take care to be good representatives at show sites, national convention, on internet forums and lists, and other social media that is in any way related to the rabbit/cavy fancy.
Royalty was a big success, this year. We have a team of four youth, who have committed to attend ARBA convention in Texas, this year. We are trying to raise funds to help cover some of their costs. We are hosting an on line auction, via Facebook, in hopes of reaching that goal. Carol Green is starting us out by offering a very nice pair of Jersey Woolys. Muriel is able to provide transportation back from the Crescent City show. We are accepting payment by check, mailed to The Forestler Fund % Linda Eubank.Forestler Fund Page
The OLRCB has received several "Thank You" cards. Check them out on our Thank you Page!
The 2014 ARBA National Convention will be held in Fort Worth, Texas on November 1-5, 2014. For more information please visit http://www.lonestarshows.com/
It's official! The 2015 ARBA National Convention will be in Portland, OR!!! Now all the real work begins! If you would like to help, please contact Ted Deloyola