Capital City Cocker Club, Inc.  

IN MEMORIAM
Ginny Roop
Dorothy Heindsmann
Lloyd Alton




Capital City Cocker Club, Inc.  
elcome to the Capital City Cocker Club Web Site.  CCCC is a non-profit organization for people in the Washington DC area interested in the Cocker Spaniel.  The Club publishes a newsletter,  The Cocker Chatter, and hosts numerous events, including Conformation Specialities, Obedience Trials, and Agility Trials.
This web site is a resource for people interested in the Club, Cocker Spaniels, and the betterment of the Breed.  It contains information on the issues and activities involving the Club and the Cocker Spaniel.        

The Capital City Cocker Club was founded in April, 1939 and chartered in The District of Columbia in 1940 to encourage responsible and quality breeding of purebred Cocker Spaniels, to showcase these successes in annual shows, and to promote activities that enhance the natural abilities of the cocker as a sporting, performance and companion dog.
We welcome members who will embrace these aims through support of our club and it's functions.  Our members agree to abide by our Constitution and By-Laws and to fulfill all obligations of membership in the club.

We strictly adhere to the rules and regulations of the American Kennel Club and the American Spaniel Club.  

CCCC NEWS and EVENTS
2015 EVENTS





Officers 2014-2015
President
Beth Slagle, Landmark
Vice President
open
Secretary
Nancy Bean
Treasurer
Felicia Mazur
Directors at Large:
Shirley Murphy
Bill Gorodner, Gings
John Moore, Piedmont
Katie Knepley



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
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