Getting Involved!

Needed for the 2022 Year

Financial Review Committee Members 

3 volunteers needed to look over the treasury book, simple accounting background helpful, two year term. Volunteers usually get together at convention and review the treasury books, voted in by membership in January of the current year. See full job description here, under Financial Review Committee. Please email the elections committee if interested.

President and Vice President

Need two volunteers to put on the ballot for voting in January 2022. This is a two-year term. President must have knowledge of the By-Laws, Rules and Points, be able to conduct board meetings and general membership meetings. Vice President will be the backup for the President when not present for meetings. Vice President is responsible for setting up PNER Convention held in January of the current ride year. See full job description here, under President and/or vice President.

In general, here are the following positions open at various times.
We'd love to have people voice their interest and even learn more prior to vacancies. Please email the elections committee if interested.

Elected Positions, two-year term
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Job descriptions are located on the Board of Directors page. 

President Rider Reps for:
Vice President British Columbia
Financial Review (x3)  Idaho
Junior Rep Montana
Young Rider Rep Oregon
  Washington


Volunteers are what makes this organization happen and keep us going.
What do you have to offer? Please check the following areas of knowledge here. Please email the committee contacts group if interested.

Treasurer Jr/Young Rider Reps
Secretary  Scholarship Committee
Membership Secretary  Trails Committee
Newsletter Education Committee
Points Secretary Marketing Committee
Awards Coordinator Social Media
Handbook Election Committee


If you don't have the time or skills for any of the above or are still learning about the sport, Ride Managers would love to hear from you!
They are always looking for people able to help mark trails, be a greeter at Ridecamp, take pulses, scribe for the vets, ride timer, or just be available at the vetting area to help anyone! But most of all, we LOVE our ride secretaries if you have some computer and organizational skills.

To help out, contact the ride manager for a ride near you (check out the Ride Calendar flyers and websites). This is a fabulous way to learn more about the sport or even learn some tips on getting your horse through a vet check efficiently with the best scores!

We thank you all!