Langley Kennel Club
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Promoting the Pure Bred Dog Since 1940
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The Langley Kennel Club was established in Hampton, VA in 1940.  We have hosted continuous Conformation shows
each year (except for the short break we took during World War II).  LKC is an all-breed club committed to the sport of
dogs.  The club and our members share the common interest of responsible dog ownership and
welcome all with an dogs.  

The Langley Kennel Club meetings are held at an area restaurant on the 4th Wednesday of every month, there is no
meeting in December.  Occasionally a meeting date must be moved up due to a conflict.
Please visit the Events page for a list of meeting dates.  Meeting locations will be posted as they become available.


Guests are very Welcome!

The next meeting is Wednesday, January 28, 2015.

Place:   Finn McCool’s, 12551 Jefferson Ave, Newport News, VA  located on the opposite side of Jefferson Ave from
Olive Garden & Red Lobster in the Jefferson Commons Shopping Center (center street).

Dinner is optional, the meeting room will open at 5:30 pm for those ordering a meal or wishing to socialize.  
The meeting will begin at 6:45 pm.

LKC membership is open to all persons eighteen years of age and older who are in good standing with the American Kennel Club and who subscribe to the
purposes of the Club. Junior membership is open to all persons under eighteen years of age and bears all privileges of membership except the
right to vote and the right to hold office.  Potential members need to attend two meetings prior to submitting their application for membership.
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The Langley Kennel Club supports the
Virginia Federation of Dog Clubs & Breeders
and the National Animal Interest Allicance (NAIA)
by standing firmly and actively in support of responsible dog owners' rights.
Did you know? . . . The AKC network (consisting of parent, regional and local clubs)
is the largest rescue  organization in the United states!