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Featured Hound: Lowcountry Hunt’s Keswick Echo

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Featured Hound: Lowcountry Hunt’s Keswick Echo Details Staff This month’s featured hound, Keswick Echo, resides in the land of salt marshes and moss-covered ancient live oaks of the Lowcountry Hunt’s territory along the coastline of South Carolina. This handsome all-American, hard-working houn...

This month's featured hound hails from the Palmetto State. 🌴 Lowcountry Hunt's Keswick Echo, originally from the rolling green hills of Virginia 🌳, has become one of the SC-based club's most beloved hounds. Read below the learn more about him! And if you know of a hard-working hound who deserves the spotlight, shoot us a line ➡️ edaily@covertside.net

Leadership in the Field and in Life

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Leadership in the Field and in Life Details By Josh Walker A junior member gives back to her club when it needs it most. When it comes to involving children in foxhunting, seek a club that welcomes juniors, says Grace Pariso, joint-MFH at New Market-Middletown Valley Hounds in Middletown, Maryland.....

“COVID-19 has had a huge impact on our club and its ability to hold a series of spring fundraisers upon which we rely for the upkeep and care of our beloved hounds," says Lily Adams, a high school student who hunts with New Market - Middletown Valley Hounds in Middletown, Maryland. So, what did Lily do? As part of her school's Leadership Program, she decided to focus her efforts into helping her club. Read the story to learn more! ⤵️ Do you know of a junior who works hard to support their club? Comment below or shoot us a message -- we'd love to feature them in an upcoming issue of our newsletter!