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New “Kid’s Corner” at MFHA Headquarters

Jr Gray Hopton 19 8The MFHA is creating a “Kid’s Corner” display at the MFHA office to highlight juniors. (Pictured Gray Hopton. Photo by Molly Thompson-Hopton)

Calling all kids! To celebrate and encourage the future leaders of our sport, we’ve created a “Kid’s Corner” at the MFHA office. Our display features our Fairly Hunted award certificates and pins, A Kids’ Guide to Foxhunting, My First Foxhunt coloring book, and Pageant’s Miraculous Journey.

We would love to include a junior’s attire in our display! Please consider loaning the MFHA a tweed coat, junior hunt whip, helmet, or other well-loved attire. We will proudly display your item along with a small sign signifying who it’s from and which hunt your junior hunted with. It’s a great way to demonstrate the talent and style of our juniors. A small saddle, bridle, or other hunting tack can also be displayed.

Please contact us with any questions about the new Kid’s Corner. Email us at office@mfha.com.

Submit Photos for Fall Issue of Covertside

Attention all photographers – please send us your favorite photos from your club!

Our fall issue of Covertside will look a bit different this year and will be a special issue celebrating all of our hunts. It will include the hunt roster as well. If each hunt could submit their favorite photo to office@mfha.com by August 28, then we can showcase the best images in this issue.

Please make sure your images are high-resolution!

Any questions? Get in touch with the MFHA office – office@mfha.com.

Green Spring Valley Hounds. Photo by Karen Kandra. Green Spring Valley Hounds. Photo by Karen Kandra.

2020 Masters’ Ball Photo Gallery

In late January, members from all across the country gathered together for two days of fellowship and celebration during the MFHA Annual Meeting hosted by The Pierre, one of New York City’s premier hotels. One of the highlights is the annual Masters’ Ball, held on Thursday night, offering past and present Masters the opportunity to reconnect with long-time friends and leaders of the sport.

Helen Houghton was on-hand to capture wonderful moments throughout the evening’s festivities. Below is a selection of photos – view the complete gallery here.

Upcoming Events at 2020 MFHA Annual Meeting in January

The Pierre Hotel

It’s not too late to make plans to attend this year’s MFHA Annual Meeting in New York on January 30-31!  The Masters’ Dinner (MFH & exMFH only) will be held at The Union Club Thursday evening. The Annual Meeting will be held at The Union Club on Friday beginning at 9AM, followed by a cocktail reception. You won’t want to miss this year’s keynote speakers, Skip Crawford, MFH Potomac Hunt & Joe Davies, MFH, Elkridge Harford Hunt. Andre Pater will also be at the Annual Meeting with his new book A Matter of Light, the Art of Andre Pater and will have a few copies to sign.  The evening closes out with the highly anticipated Masters’ Ball, held at The Pierre. 

There is still time to sign up!  Please visit www.mfha.com to register by January 23rd

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Subscribing Membership to the MFHA is open to anyone who cares about the future of country lifestyles and wants their voice and vote to make a difference. You will also receive Covertside magazine 4x a year!

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