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2021 PNKCA Convention

2021 PNKCA Convention

2021 PNKCA Super Raffle Poster-FINAL-Com

Although the 2021 PNKCA Convention had to be postponed until 2022, we are excited to be able to have a Super Raffle!


The 2021 PNKCA Super Raffle Winners!
On June 26th, 2021 Koi Enthusiasts from throughout the Pacific Northwest gathered via Zoom to hold the 2021 PNKCA Super Raffle Drawing! 

PNKCA Club Sales Prizes!

1st Place

$100 goes to Northwest Koi & Goldfish Club (1,145 tickets)

2nd Place

$ 75 goes to Oregon Koi & Watergarden Club (810 tickets)

3rd Place


$ 25 goes to Washington Koi & Water Garden Society (690 tickets)


​The 2021 PNKCA Super Raffle Winners!

  • 1st  Draw – Jeff Vidal NWKGC

    • Jeff chose the RDF Filter donated by Cascade Pond Supply (Item #1)

  • 2nd Draw – Leo Marsh  NWKGC

    • Leo chose the Torazo Kohaku entry into 2021 grow-out donated by All Japan Koi (Item#)

  • 3rd Draw – Don & Joan King NWKGC

    • Don and Joan chose the Torazo Kohaku donated by PS Koi (Item #2)

  • 4th Draw – Ted Baughman WK&WGS

    • Ted chose the Beppu Showa donated by Pan Intercorp (Item #4)

  • 5th Draw – Leo Marsh NWKGC 

    • Leo chose the Certificate For Two to the 2022 PNKCA Convention in Boise Idaho donated by the PNKCA (Item #6)

  • 6th Draw – Ted Baughman WK&WGS

    • Ted chose the Karashigoi; Konishi Bloodline Koi donated by Full Circle Nishikigoi (Item #3)


Items donated by Cascade Pond Supply:

  • 7th Draw – Brian Rasmussen OK&WGS

    • Approx. 4” Japanese hand-painted replica koi (Kohaku)

  • 8th  Draw – Jacquie Barone NWKGC

    • Approx. 4” Japanese hand-painted replica koi (Utsuri)

  • 9th Draw -  Charles Midgley NWKGC

    • Approx. 4” Japanese hand-painted replica koi (Sanke)

A Letter from PNKCA President Jennifer Trieberg



I feel like I wrote this same email just a few months ago, and it is no more pleasant the second time around.


The 2021 PNKCA Convention, which was to be held in Boise this June, has been canceled.  The organizers and the PNKCA Board unanimously decided that we don't want to put anyone's life or health at risk.  


While I'd like to find words to articulate this seemingly unending roller-coaster ride of frustration, uncertainty and grief that we are all feeling, I can't really convey anything that you haven't seen or read a million times already.  You follow the news and your state's health info, and can add just as well as I can.  You know the caseloads in your communities, see the hospitals at capacity, and watch long-beloved businesses board their windows.  This is a difficult time for many.


The Boise organizers plan to host the convention in 2022, so we have something to look forward to.  I personally look forward to seeing familiar faces, enjoying tall tales regaled over drinks, and learning something useful in the seminars.  And finding treasures at the auction, and maybe dining on local Basque food.  Let's continue to look ahead.  Let's do our best to be kind, stay healthy, and get vaccinated as soon as we are able to.  This pandemic WILL end.   


In other news: 

  • There will be a Super Raffle this year, with date and details TBD (Yay!!!).  Stay tuned.

  • The Spring Representatives Meeting will be held virtually at 11:00 am on Saturday, March 13th.  

best wishes,


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