We meet on the fourth Wednesday of the month
Our next meeting will be on August 20th (Note this is the 3rd Wednesday of the month) at Nolin RECC.
To further the advancement of all breeds of purebred dogs;
To do all in our power to protect and advance the interests of
The Purpose Our Club Shall Be:
President: Mary Ginter
Vice President: Sue Carlin
Secretary: Carol Vandegriff
Treasure: Penny Kent
Check us out on October 22 and December 5, 2014
MKKC offers a scholarship to promote the participation of youth in the training and exhibiting of dogs in its many forms. Go to the NEWS STORY section of our website for more information.
Five Days of Canine Competition Held in the Alltech Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park in
August 28 -
September 1, 2014
Check Our Events Page for more information
In Loving Memory of
Robert "Buckley" Carlin
Robert "Buckley" Carlin, 78, of Elizabethtown, passed away Thursday, July 24, 2014, at his home in Elizabethtown.
Buckley was born April 5, 1936, in Owensboro and graduated from Glendale High School
in 1954 where he was an Honorable Mention All-
He was director of the Glendale Baptist Children's Home from 1980-
He was an adjunct professor at Elizabethtown Community College and Lindsey Wilson College, commissioned as a Kentucky Colonel in 1987, served as a deacon, Sunday school teacher and director in a number of churches and was a member of the Severns Valley Baptist Church.
He was a lifetime member of Columbus All Bred Training Club in Columbus, Ohio, and he loved training dogs and he was a member of the Mid Kentucky Kennel Club. Buckley loved to be outdoors, hunting, fishing and camping.
He was preceded in death by his Parents, Abraham B. and Virgie L. Berry Carlin.
Survivors include his loving wife of 55 years, Viora Sue Carlin of Elizabethtown;
three children whom he loved dearly, Marquis Buckley Carlin and his wife, Gail, of
Vine Grove, Viora Beth Gallagher and her husband, Terry, of Westerville, Ohio, and
Jodi S. Martin and her husband, Glenn, of Columbia; a brother, Bluford B. Carlin
of Phonix, Arizona; 12 grandchildren and nine great-
Buckley was on a quest to love and help people. He believed that everybody needs
to love, be loved and to feel worthwhile to themselves and others. He has left this
legacy for his family to continue. (Ephesians 6:10-