Good News Llamas, Ohio Llamas


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Farm News

Judy's beautiful natural dyed yarn from our class with
 Norman Kennedy at
 John C. Campbell Folk School, 2011


Gilligan and Triskal Non-Breeder class Ohio State Fair 2010

Fiber Arts Guild - River Cities Fiber Clan - Good News Llamas has started a local spinning and fiber guild. The group will be an environment of learning and friendship.  Members are encouraged to improve existing skills and challenged to learn new skills and techniques.  They are encouraged to share their knowledge and experience with others to help develop, improve, and preserve fiber arts of all types.

Fiber Guild is conducting a "fiber olympics"




2010 - We now have two precious alpacas, Deano and Frankie

2010 - Tom was again blessed to have a two week mission trip to Romania

2010 - Mitzi  attend John C. Campbell Folk School for a week of natural dye and spinning with Norman Kennedy.

2009- Judy has achieved her goal of becoming a llama fleece judge for ALSA and ILR-SD. Mitzi has started in the llama and alpaca fleece apprentice judging program.

2009 - Judy and Mitzi attend John C. Campbell Folk School for a week of natural dye and spinning!!

2008 - Tom and Mitzi trip to Romania and Moldiva.

2007 -  Tom was able to go the Romania for two weeks with a mission team from our church. They worked building a church and making repairs on the school. Our missionaries Dave and Rody Maynard will be home in December 2007.

January - 2006, Tom went on a mission trip to the Dominican Republic with Score International on a construction crew to build cabins for the Timothy Project that will use sports to share Jesus Christ with the young people of the Dominican.

August - 2005, Tom and Judy went on a mission trip to Guyana, South America in August and Mitzi went on an Alaskan Cruise in August. We really kept our llama sitters busy this summer.  Judy teaching Bible School in the rain forest. This is in a school building in the village of St. Mary's.  We went to five different villages and taught over 500 children.