Thank you for showing interest in HSCA's future

2013-09-17T00:00:00Z Thank you for showing interest in HSCA's future nwitimes.com
September 17, 2013 12:00 am

Recently, Howard O. Cyrus and Arleen Smagacz questioned the logic of Humane Society Calumet Area board decisions. I can assure them our decisions were carefully planned using due diligence.

The HSCA board members have multiple areas of expertise, and working together we form an efficient and effective team. We strive to leave no stone unturned.

Regardless, it is great they took the time to express their opinions, and we appreciate that they have an interest in the success of HSCA. This success was built on interest and commitment from a myriad of people just like Cyrus and Smagacz.

There are more changes coming that support the broad vision of helping the executive director transform HSCA into a world-class organization dedicated to animal well-being.

Given this, I encourage them to take a more active role in the organization. We have can always use more volunteers as well as board members to help us get there.

- Keith Magiera, Highland, Director, Humane Society Calumet Area

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