MCKC Continues Good Deeds
The Moore County Kennel Club continues its good works throughout the community with a donation to the Companion Animal Clinic (CAC).
The club's gift to CAC helps the organization maintain their spray/neuter low cost clinic and helps with funding for the purchase of their permanent building.
The presentation was made during a program by famous English interior designer Nina Campbell at Weymouth, who herself contributed a portion of her book sales to CAC.
The MCKC gave its annual scholarship donation to Central Carolina Community Collage for students of the Veterinary Medicine Technology Department.
At a November scholarship luncheon, Nona Burrell, an MCKC member, presented eight students with scholarships enabling them to continue in the vet tech program.
CCCC's Veterinary Medicine Technology program is rated as one of the top five in the country.
The students reciprocate by assisting each year at the club's breed shows in the low-cost microchip clinic. The clinic is just another way the club helps local pet owners.
"Serving organizations and people in the community is a goal of the Moore County Kennel Club," says Burrell.
For more information on the club and its activities, visit its website, http:// theMCKC.com.
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