The Park County Animal Shelter Annual Meeting and Elections were held on May 18, 2017. Two Directors were elected, one a returning Director and the other a new Director.
Returning Director Bettye Dominick was elected to a two-year term, and new Director Carrie Christman was elected to her first two-year term. Congratulations to these two PCAS Directors, and thank you for your service in guiding the organization for the care of the lost, abandoned, and homeless dogs and cats of Park County and the ongoing need to find new happy homes for these animals.
Bettye Dominick has served on the PCAS Board of Directors since 2011. She has had pet dogs and cats all her life, and in the last 15 years she has had a number of horses. In 2006 Bettye became one of the founding members of FOAL, Friends of a Legacy, the McCullough Peaks Mustangs, and she has held several offices in that organization. Bettye looks forward to the continuation of the many new projects that are in the works at the Park County Animal Shelter. Bettye has taken on the responsibility of the content and publishing of the animal shelter’s quarterly newsletter. As a Director, Bettye is familiar with all aspects of the management of the animal shelter. Welcome back Bettye.
Carrie Christman recently retired from a 30-year career with the U.S. Forest Service. Some of Carrie’s business skills include providing public information, project planning and implementation, and writing public documents. Carrie has volunteered with Park County Animal Shelter for the last 2 years. She enjoys walking the shelter dogs, and she has helped with the spay and neuter clinics and with PCAS fundraising events. Carrie is a member of the PCAS Investment Committee and has headed up the Nominating Committee for the last two years. Welcome aboard Carrie.