Members of the Warwick Valley Humane Society (WVHS) from Warwick NY and Town of Warwick Councilman Floyd DeAngelo were invited to the Orange County Government Center’s Legislative meeting on Fri., Apr. 6. During the meeting County Executive Steve Neuhaus presented a signed proclamation to WVHS President Suzyn Barron in honor of the ‘Go Orange’ for the Prevention of Animal Cruelty Month in April.
The Warwick Valley Humane Society (WVHS) was invited to a Legislative meeting at the Orange County Government Center on Mon., Apr. 6. Pictured (from left) are: Orange County Investigator T. Mekulik, Councilman Floyd DeAngelo, Michelle Little of the WVHS, President of WVHS Suzyn Barron, O.C. Executive Steve Neuhaus, high school students who shadowed the County Executive in a youth Government Program, Legislator L. Stephen Brescia, & a very special rescue pup named Duncan. Photo credit: Warwick Valley Dispatch/Lourice Angie
Warwick Valley Humane Society President Suzyn Barron (from left) receives a signed proclamation in honor of the ‘Go Orange’ for the prevention of Animal Cruelty Month from O.C Legislator Stephen Brescia & County Executive Steve Neuhaus at the Government Center in Goshen, NY. Photo credit: Warwick Valley Dispatch/Lourice Angie
Attending the proclamation presentation (kneeling): Orange County Sheriff Carl DuBois & shelter rescue dog, Duncan; & (standing, from left): Orange County Sheriff’s Office Investigator T. Mekulik, Councilman Floyd DeAngelo, WVHS President Suzyn Barron, O.C Deputy W. Cluney, & Investigator T. Riordan. Photo credit: Warwick Valley Dispatch/Lourice Angie