Charlee Helms was not only a great friend to National Purebred Dog Day, she was a tireless advocate for purebred dogs and the people who owned them. She was taken from us far too soon in 2016, and remains missed by the countless number of people she influenced with her good cheer and helpful ways. Charlee was an avid breeder, shower, groomer, and instructor, but she had a particular talent for reaching individuals new to dogs and the dog fancy.
A wonderful donor who asks to remain anonymous is honoring Charlee’s memory by sponsoring a photo challenge in her name. Charlee, a voracious reader, would approve of the donor’s choice of themes: “Scenes from a Book.”
The prize: A $100 VISA cash card
The Sponsor: A wonderful anonymous donor
The Dreaded Small Print You Must Read To Enter
•••• This contest happens on May 1 on our Facebook page. It is open to everyone;
•••• One entry per person; You may enter four different photo challenges, HOWEVER, if you enter this contest, you may not enter the Dandie Dinmont Terrier Club of America’s Fictional Character Photo Challenge;
•••• When submitting your photo entry on Facebook, you must indicate the name of this contest, “Scenes From a Book” Photo Challenge;
•••• Your entry must be for the 2022 contest. Photos submitted from previous years’ contests will be disqualified, and yes, we remember photos from one year to the next;
•••• Within the photo, your image must include a purebred dog and one of the following either downloaded from the link or handmade:
Any official National Purebred Dog Day item available here.
•••• No photoshopping, and that includes the required sign. Be creative with how you use it, but our judges must see what you actually shot with your camera;
•••• Many people may help you take your photo, but the prize goes to the person submitting the winning photograph;
•••• Entering this contest implies consent that your photo may be shared on NPDD’s social media platforms;
•••• A full explanation of how, when, and where to submit your entry can be read here;
•••• Important! You and your dog should have safe fun when composing your entry!
•••• Judges’ decisions are final