Thursday, May 17, 2012

Programs: one more way to serve the community

In my mind, one of the measures of the success of our new West Hunt Club facility is how much it is used by the OHS and by the community.  Our dividable, and therefore very versatile, double classroom is one part of the building that is a good measure of how active we are as a humane society.

I am anxiously awaiting the soon-to-be-launched new programming in the Education Centre space.

Dog obedience and pre-adoption classes, as well as enhanced training for our own staff can be expected to make a positive difference in the lives of animals in the short-term. 

Even more exciting are the youth and children’s programming—summer and PD day camps, animal programming with young people at risk, and other innovative new programs here at the OHS that we expect will make a difference in the lives of animals in the long term.

Check them out!

Bruce Roney
Ottawa Humane Society Executive Director

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