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Vicky Hunt, a director with ...
Vicky Hunt, a director with the Pet Adoption and Welfare Society. and Arias are asking local municipalities to appoint representatives from their governing bodies to sit on a committee that will conduct a study on replacing the intake facility.
told the Elon Board of Aldermen
on Tuesday night that the project would cost an estimated $4.9 million.
said the addition would not be a "Taj Mahal," but a no-frills, safe and comfortable place for the animals, the shelter's employees, who would be under one roof, and the people who want to adopt pets.
The shelter takes in about 5,000 dogs and cats each year, a number that has gone down since 2010, when the shelter opened a low-cost spay and neuter center, Hunt
and her husband, Sam Hunt, and Arias plan to appear before the Alamance County Board of Commissioners
Carolina Journal Online
RALEIGH - Vicky Hunt often thinks about the dogs and cats that are euthanized at animal shelters across the state and realizes that something needs to be done."The problem is huge," said Hunt, who is director of the Pet Adoption and Welfare Society in Alamance County.Hunt serves on the N.C. House Interim Committee on the Prevention and Disposition of Unwanted and Abandoned Companion Animals.
Vicky Hunt is serving as chairwoman of Hospice Evening 2006.
has been an active supporter and volunteer in the Palm Beach community for several years.In addition to being a board member of the Hospice Foundation, she serves on the board of trustees at Elon University, Elon, N.C., and is director of the Pet Adoption and Welfare Society in Burlington, N.C.Previously, she was a board member of the Alamance Community College Foundation in North Carolina and the North Carolina Zoo Council.
You have to turn the faucet ...
You have to turn the faucet off," said Vicky Hunt, a co-founder of PAWS and a member of the task force, at Burlington's city council meeting Tuesday.
Elon Softball Camps
Hunt Softball Park was constructed prior to the 2013 softball season and is named in honor of Vicky and Sam Hunt of Burlington, N.C., who gave lead gifts of more than $1.25 million for the project.
Vicky Hunt is an Elon trustee and Sam is a local business leader and a softball fan.