Eddie (Cotton) Dunlap


After a several year hiatus, Eddie (Cotton) Dunlap reorganized and relaunched the Tennessee Valley Poultry Club, the home of the Dixie Classic. He was the major factor in the club managing to host both the ABA and the APA shortly after the club was reformed. Eddie has raised and shown poultry for many years. He is famous for his standard Black Langshans.


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Harry House began raising chickens as a 4H kid in Georgia.  After many years away from the hobby, he started his flock in Strawberry Plains. His first chicks arrived via mail in 2010.  Harry now focuses on heritage breeds including Orpingtons, Welsummers, WFBS, Barnevelders, and Silver Campines.  To learn more about the fancy and become a better breeder, he has developed friendships with poultry breeders around the world.  He and his wife, Sharon, have been active members of the TVPC since 2013.  They have a flock of about 250 chickens and a small flock of guineas, turkeys, peacocks and geese.

Sharon House- Secretary/Treasurer

Sharon and her husband Harry joined the club in 2013. She became Secretary /Treasurer in 2020.

Hope Holt- Show Secretary


I am a wife of almost 21 years married to my best friend Jim. Mom of 2 beautiful girls, 19 year old Stephanie and 11 year old Emmalyn. We sold our farm in Maine in 2018 and went fulltime RV. I grew up around poultry due to my grandfather being president of the New Hampshire Poultry Fanciers for many years. After his death in 2015 I stepped into a secretary/treasurer role for the NHPFA and I was elected to become the superintendent of the Poultry Barn at the Deerfield Fair, which I have enjoyed doing and look forward to doing for many years to come. In 2018 I was hired on by the American Bantam Association to become their new Sanction Coordinator. I held that role until the fall of 2019 when I had to step down due to a hectic schedule. In 2018 I joined the Dixie Classic as Show Secretary.

Ashlea Etheridge – Youth Director

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