It’s the weekend of May 21-22. Make your reservations of you haven’t already. The details of this year’s events are on the website. And here’s a little bit of history:
The concept of the Scottie Rally began in the winter of 2000 shortly after our first Scottish Terrier, Shayna McPunim Bronsky, was diagnosed with bladder cancer at the age of almost twelve. While ambivalent, Michele Bronsky started making phone calls to start finding a connection for potential breeders. Although there was an annual gathering of Scottie memorabilia collectors meeting (WISCOTS), it was limited to two-legged attendees.
Because of Shayna’s diagnosis and uncertainty regarding the course of her illness, we decided to gather people together in Door County to celebrate the lives of Scotties. It was the best decision we ever made! The friendships we developed through that first event sustained us during the last few months of Shayna’s life and have been lifesaving to us after her passing.
This will be the 10th anniversary of the rally. Help organizers keep up the fantastic work.