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NESAR HRD Seminar
* Working K9 spots SOLD OUT! in 3 hrs *
*Audit spots Still Available *
We are pleased to host Dr. Lisa Briggs, and Edwin Grant for a Human Remains Detection K9 Seminar! Please join us for a weekend of excellent dog training and fun at Camp Tecumseh in Pittstown, New Jersey.
Friday, June 16th - Sunday, June 18th, 2023