TENNESSEE VALLEY KENNEL CLUB
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MEETING LOCATIONS
 
The club utilzes two meeting locations.  Please check meeting notice for our next meeting at our HOME PAGE.  We will let you know which location we will be using each month.  Here are directions and info about each of these locations.

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APRIL THROUGH SEPTEMBER LOCATION 1:     UTK VET SCHOOL

Sequoyah Room of the Pendergrass Library,
University of Tennessee Veterinary
School, 2407 River Dr. Knoxville, TN 37996

Directions:  Enter Pendergrass Library from Joe Johnson Drive. There are three sets of doors into the library. You want to  enter the middle set of doors, right across from the handicap parking area. A striped pedestrian path is painted from the handicapped parking to the entry. There also is a tall Emergency blue-light pole just outside these doors. Once inside, there is an elevator to the left, and the 2nd floor Sequoyah Room will be on your right as you exit the elevato.r 
Parking is available in S65 and S66 as shown on the location map.


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OCTOBER THROUH MARCH LOCATION 2:     ER CLINIC - West Knoxville  


Animal Emergency & Specialty Center
10213 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, Tennessee 37922

Directions:  Pellissippi Parkway to Kingston Pike.  Heading west on Kingston Pike, turn right onto Cogdill Road, then left at the Animal Center.   (The center is located just behind Kinkos.)  Proceed thru the unloading entrance to the gravel parking lot in the back.  (You can also park in the grass.)   Enter at the BACK ENTRANCE.  Club members will have the door combination emailed prior to the meeting. Guests may enter through the reception area if the back door is locked.


The Tennessee Valley Kennel Club serves Knox, Blount, Sevier, Jefferson, Grainger, Union, Anderson, Roane, Loudon, and Monroe counties and provides purebred dogs and their owners with engaging, lasting, and fun activities. Come join us at our next meeting..  Visitors are always welcome! 

 

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