The SEADOGS Annual Meeting will be held on Tuesday, January 23, 2018, from 6-8pm in the Live Oak Hall at the Lake House. This year we are thrilled and privileged to have Seabrook Island resident, Hank Greer, President of the Charleston Animal Society and Joe Elmore, Chief Executive Office of the Society introduce some of the Response Teams involved in the heroic Evacuation Pipeline that saved hundreds of cats and dogs from the ravages of three major hurricanes in 2017. Rescues were made by air and land in the United States and as far away as Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Florida, for instance, was closed to outsiders and “No Resources” meant just that. Hear how the Response Teams planned for and overcame many obstacles.
Our meeting is open to everyone, so bring a friend or two. Please consider bringing a check for the Charleston Animal Society or your favorite pet charity.
Please bring an hors d’oeuvre, tea sandwich, dessert etc. to share. There will be white wine, beer, soft drinks, water and ice available but you might want to bring your own beverage. If you bring red wine, be careful of spillage on the Lake House carpet. We will have disposable dinnerware at the serving tables.
The SEADOGS have Board openings for a “few good men & women”. If you think you might be interested in joining us, please contact one of our Board members or President Mitch Pulwer (704-307-6879) or VP Jerry Cummin (843-243-8322). No special talents are needed, just a love of animals and a desire to help where needed.
Also, please consider support of the SEADOGS with a $25 check for 2018 Annual Dues. You do not need to join to attend the Annual Meeting, but we’d love to have you as a member.