Animal Services Volunteer of the Month - Steven Hale
November 2, 2015
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Steven began volunteering with SLCoAS in July of 2015. He started as part of our Sunday Running group that meets every 2 weeks to run the shelter dogs.
definitely found a passion in helping and decided that he wanted to learn more about
being a shelter and event volunteer. Steven quickly took his orientation and
signed up for his one-on-one training. He started coming in and spending a good
portion of his day with the dogs, and the Special Programs Team here at the
shelter, learning as much as he could. Due to Stevens knowledge of the dogs he
was able to take over as a lead for the Running Group.
come out to our events and helped us from start to finish. He was an integral
part of helping us set up, tear down and get pets adopted at our largest event
this year Pet-A-Palooza!
running group needed new leashes, he took the lead and bought supplies for the
group to make 15 leashes. Steven has since donated the items needed for us to
make leashes and even came in and showed us how to make them. This will give us
the ability to create projects for other volunteers and help those that may not
be able to afford a leash for their dog.
Steven has only been volunteering with SLCoAS for a short amount of time he has
made a huge impact and a wonderful impression on us all and truly projects what
volunteering is all about.
all of us here at SLCOAS:
THANK YOU STEVEN!
YOU ARE APPRECIATED!!!
and noble actions are the most radiant pages in the biography of souls.
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