Make adoption your option! The Lee County Humane Society has healthy and happy animals waiting on their forever homes.

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Sign up to become a member of the Lee County Humane Society! We offer three levels membership to best meet your needs.

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Are you an animal lover and looking for a way to get involved? The Lee County Humane Society needs your help!

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    We’re Hiring!

    The Lee County Humane Society is currently searching for a Shelter Manager. This position will be primarily responsible for all day to day operations of the Lee County Humane Society shelter as well as management of the shelter staff.
    Interested individuals may find more information here.
    Candidates are invited to submit resumes and salary requirements to managerresume@leecountyhumane.org.

    The Lee County Humane Society is currently searching for a Director of Development and Community Relations. This position will be primarily responsible for directing and overseeing development, public relations and marketing of the organization, and strengthening the relationship between donors and the Society.
    Interested individuals may find more information here.
    Candidates are invited to submit resumes and salary requirements to developmentresume@leecountyhumane.org.

    Lee County Humane Society is an equal opportunity employer and a drug-free workplace.

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    Watsons’ Wednesdays – Meet and Greet

    Wednesday, Nov. 5

    Please join us for a meet and greet from 5-7 p.m. at Watsons’ Backyard Living.

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    No More Wasted Lives 2014

    Nov. 30 – Dec. 2

    Please join us at the cage in the Auburn Kroger parking lot as we raise money to care for the homeless animals in our area.

Why Should I Help?

The Lee County Humane Society is relying on donations to help our animals. One by one, you are helping us buy medicine, food and supplies for homeless animals. Any amount of donation will help us continue our services.
We hear sometimes, “This doesn’t affect me, so why should I help?”
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No More Wasted Lives

Here’s hoping you read last week’s column and have already looked up ways to help. If so, thank you. We are putting out a plea, and some of you immediately answered the call. You believe that we should have no more wasted lives.
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LCHS Needs Your Help

As some of you may have read in recent months, the Lee County Humane Society is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year. Forty years is a long time. So long, in fact, that one would assume much change has taken place in the four decades since the formation of our group of animal welfare advocates.

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