Helping Animals…And Humans
ORANGE COUNTY – October is Adopt a Shelter Dog Month, and Orange County Animal Services is marking the occasion with reduced adoption fees for select dogs throughout the month.
OCAS has reduced the adoption fee to $60 for all adult dogs and select puppies, a 50 percent reduction. All dogs are fully vaccinated, spayed/neutered and vet checked.
The American Humane Association created Adopt a Shelter Dog Month to reduce the number of homeless dogs and puppies in shelters.
For more information, visit OrangeCountyNC.gov/AnimalServices.
The Orange County Human Relations Commission is accepting nominations for the 2013 Pauli Murray Human Relations Awards.
Since 1990, the OCHRC has presented the Pauli Murray Award annually to a local youth, adult, and business owner who serves the Orange County community “in the pursuit of equality, justice and human rights for all residents.”
Individual and youth nominees must be Orange County residents. Nominations are due by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, November 22. Visit OrangeCountyNC.gov/housing/pmurray.asp for more criteria and the nomination form.
If you own goats or sheep, the Orange County Cooperative Extension is inviting you to a Parasite Management Workshop on Tuesday, October 22, at 6:30 p.m. at the Central Carolina Holstein Barn on Orange Grove Road in Hillsborough.
Presenters will be Lauren Langley, Orange and Alamance area livestock extension agent, and NC State University Extension meat goat specialist Jean-Marie Luginbuhl.
The workshop fee is $17 per person and preregistration is required by October 16. To register, call Lauren Langley at 919-245-2058 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit orange.ces.ncsu.edu.