|Submitted by Erin Springston|
Calhoun Animal Rescue will be holding a meeting Saturday at 155 River St. in Grantsville, which is the residence of Erin Springston, at 2:00 p.m.
There has been much progress in our mission since our organizational meeting on October 15, and in addition to reporting on said progress we will be electing the members of our Board of Directors, adopting our Bylaws and Articles of Incorporation, and discussing ways in which we can work with law enforcement to further the mission of the organization.
Other topics on the agenda for discussion are the inception of a community education program on the methods by which to recognize, document, and report animal cruelty and the ways in which taking such action benefits the entire community; as well as ways in which our organization can work with other similar groups in our community to assist and promote one another.
Another important topic we will be covering is the promotion of our community assistance program, which includes training assistance for pets with problem areas, as well as help for those who do not care for animals and wish to keep them away from their homes.
These pointers will be placed on our website in the near future, but feel free to contact us for help at any time.
Participation is welcome from any and all regardless of geographic location, and you don't even have to work with animals to be of assistance, there is always much to be done.
If you have experience to share, or are simply curious about our organization, please attend our meeting Saturday. You need bring nothing but yourself, though you may want items for taking notes, and refreshments will be provided.
For further information about how to get involved with Calhoun Animal Rescue please visit our website
calhounanimalrescue.com our Facebook page, or email us at email@example.com