The public is invited to Pender County Humane Society’s annual meeting on September 6.
The board of directors of the Pender County Humane Society (PCHS) has announced that its rescheduled annual meting will be held on Tuesday, September 6 at the Hampstead Women’s Club.
The meeting will be open to the public for a summary of the past year. This is your opportunity to learn more about PCHS, possibly become a member, participate in committees and other volunteer activities and purchase some of the merchandise or simply make a donation. The meeting will then be closed to members only to conduct PCHS business.
PCHS is a no-kill shelter located in Burgaw. It is dedicated to improving the lives of homeless and unwanted animals by providing shelter and medical care while finding loving and responsible permanent homes. They work to prevent cruelty and overpopulation among dogs and cats and help assist and educate the public about responsible pet care. They rescue animals from Pender and surrounding counties. PCHS is not funded by any federal, state or local entities and relies primarily on donations and fundraising events to operate the shelter.
Want to go?
Pender County Humane Society Annual Meeting
Tuesday, September 6
Registration: 5:30 pm, Public Meeting: 6 pm
Hampstead Women’s Club, 14435 Highway 17, Hampstead
You must RSVP with the name and email address of each person attending by Friday, September 2. Email the information to: firstname.lastname@example.org.