Commissioners Recognize Animal Care & Control Officers and New ARC Mascot

The Montgomery County Animal Resource Center introduced its new mascot to the County Commissioners on Tuesday, April 10th, 2012! "Monty" the mascot was paid for through donations received in honor of Kenneth G. Meyer who passed away in 2010. Kenneth's daughter is Dr. Kelly Meyer, the veterinarian for the Animal Resource Center (ARC). Monty will continue the ARC's mission to educate the public on the importance of adoption and animal care.

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ARC Veterinarian Dr. Kelly Meyer, Monty the new ARC Mascot and ARC Director Mark Kumpf

 

The Commissioners also recognized the many wonderful Animal Care and Control Officers at the ARC for their service for Montgomery County! A big thank you goes to:

Richard Barnett 31 years

Cynthia Gilbert 27 years

Ellen Paul 25 years

Beverly White 23 years

Robert Sexton 21 years

Brian Baker 18 years

Steve Hurd 17 years

David Walthall 12 years

Mark Kumpf 6 years

Kandi Broadus 6 years

Josh Cusick 4 years

Chris Byrd 3 years

Thank you for all that you do for the citizens and animals of Montgomery County! Make sure you thank them this week during Animal Control Officer Appreciation Week, April 8 through April 14, 2012.

Please visit www.mcohio.org/animalshelter to keep up to date on what is happening at the Animal Resource Center!

 

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