.CIKC is making some changes to our Show Calendar
CIKC will continue to be a part of the spring Progress City Cluster April 27 through April 29, 2018, held at Progress City USA, held next to Richland Community College, Decatur, IL. Sandemac Kennel Club is April 27, CIKC is April 28 and Mattoon Kennel Club is April 29. This site has seen tremendous growth since we began holding shows here in 2011 under tents that blew over in the wind. With the addition of 6 new buildings, our cluster now has the ability to hold all Conformation Breed, Group and Best In Show rings indoors with one whole building just for grooming and grooming space provided in each building. Progress City Cluster has come a long way! All buildings have adequate ventilation, easy access, and ample electricity. At PROGRESS CITY, we’ll make every effort for you to enjoy our cluster! The Superintendent is Roy Jones Dog Shows, Inc.; information about the show and the premium list information can be found on http://www.royjonesdogshows.com
We will be moving our second show to the fall as part of the Prairieland Classic Cluster beginning October 18, 2018, through October 21, 2018, at the Illinois State Fairgrounds Exposition Building, Springfield, Illinois. The CIKC show is Thursday, October 18, 2018; Mattoon Kennel Club is October 19; Sandemac Kennel Club is October 20, and October 21 is the date of the Illinois Capitol Kennel Club. The Superintendent is MBF; information about the show and the premium list information can be found on https://www.infodog.com/.
For more information on our shows, contact:
For vendor inquiries at the Progress City Cluster, contact
Specialty and Supported Entries are welcomed.
Superintendent for Progress City Cluster
Superintendent for the Prairie Classic Cluster this fall https://www.infodog.com/
The Champaign Illinois Kennel Club has been proud of all the exhibitors, owners, judges & spectators that showed up over the past years to support our Philanthropic endeavors. From wearing PINK to help celebrate our "PUREBREDS IN THE PINK" where all monetary awards were cash donations to the American Cancer Society in honor of the winning dog, to playing carnival games to supported "TAKE THE LEAD", where your contributions support a great cause helping many in our sport that find themselves in need of assistance! See more about this wonderful cause at: https://www.takethelead.org/