PACK:   Clear Creek Beagles, a private pack supported by subscriptions

ORGANIZED: 1902

RE-ORGANIZED: 1987 - The pack is an amalgamation of the Fincastle Beagles,est. 1902, as the Clear Creek Beagles and the Rollington Foot Beagles.

UNIFORM:  Green, morning glory blue collar, green piping, tan breeches, green stockings. Bone buttons with hare's mask & CCB.

MASTERS:   Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Wiseman, Jr

                    Mr. Stephen C. Lannert

                    Ms. Jean Stuart MacLean

HUNTSMAN:  The Joint-Master, Mr. Wiseman.

WHIPPERS-IN:     Mrs. Henry Heyburn

                            David Oberg

                            Robert Halliday

                            Camille Bathurst

                            Gregory Bozle

                             Culver Halliday

                             Mrs. John Welch

                             J.S.F. MacLean, Jr.

 
CHAIRMAN HUNT COMMITTEE:   The Joint- Master, Mr. Wiseman.

 
HON. SECRETARY:   Ms. Jean S. MacLean

HON.  TREASURER:   Gerald G. Tyrrell.

KENNEL HUNTSMAN AND IST WHIPPER-IN:   Jean S. MacLean

HOUNDS:  15 couple beagles. Hunt cottontail.

MEET:   October through April; Sundays, holidays and  Saturday bye-days. Contact the huntsman.

COUNTRY:   Open rolling farming, horse, and cattle country lying in Oldham, Shelby, Mercer, Clark and Fayette counties in Kentucky. Portions of the country are hunted with the kind permission of the Long Run Hounds, the Woodford Hounds and the Iroquois Hunt.  The country has been hunted continuously since 1902 by the Clear Creek, the Fincastle Beagles and the Rollington Foot.Beagles.