Elizabeth City, NC: Grassroots Event - March 7, 2013
Pasquotank-Camden Library


The Humane Society of the United States invites our members, supporters, and other animal advocates to join our North Carolina state director Kim Alboum to discuss current issues affecting animals as well as what you can do to improve the lives of animals in North Carolina.

The HSUS is working on several projects to improve life for North Carolina’s animals, and we can't be effective without your help. If you are concerned about puppy mills, animal fighting and local animal issues, or just generally advocating for animals in North Carolina, you should attend informative and motivational meeting to learn how you can take action for animals.

Awareness around animal welfare issues has drastically increased and animal advocates are more organized than ever before. Join the movement to provide responsible care for all the animals in North Carolina. As a community we can make a difference.

RSVP today and let's talk about your community. Contact Kim Alboum at kalboum@humanesociety.org if you have additional questions.

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Time: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Pasquotank-Camden Library
100 East Colonial Ave
Elizabeth City, NC 27909

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