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Street Cats Club Announces New Board Members and Liaisons

EMPORIA, KS – Street Cats Club, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of stray and feral cats in our local community, is proud to announce the appointment of new board members and liaisons who will play pivotal roles in advancing our mission.


Destiny Farr assumes the role of President, bringing with her a wealth of experience in nonprofit leadership. With her strategic vision and passion for animal welfare, Farr is poised to guide the Street Cats Club in its mission to improve the lives of stray cats.


Melissa Ogleby joins the board as Treasurer, leveraging her experience as an accountant and dedication to fiscal responsibility to ensure the organization's long-term sustainability and growth. Melissa Lowery takes on the position of Secretary, contributing her organizational skills and commitment to transparency to facilitate smooth communication and operations within the board and across the organization.

 

Additionally, the Street Cats Club welcomes Karina Sanchez, Melissa Johnson, and Callie Medrano as Members of the board, bringing diverse perspectives and expertise to further enrich the organization's initiatives and outreach efforts. Their collective dedication to animal welfare and community empowerment will strengthen the group’s impact on human and feline lives.


Furthermore, Melissa Sewell and Merrilee Mesner have been appointed as Liaisons for the Foster and Trap/Neuter/Return (TNR) sectors, respectively. Sewell and Mesner will play integral roles in fostering collaborations and partnerships with animal shelters, rescue groups, and veterinary professionals to expand the club's fostering and TNR programs, ensuring the well-being of community cats and promoting sustainable population management practices.


"We are thrilled to welcome our new board members and liaisons to the Street Cats Club," said Victoria Partridge, Street Cats Club Founder and Executive Director. "Their diverse backgrounds and passion for animal welfare will strengthen our organization's ability to make a positive difference in the lives of stray and feral cats in our community."


The Street Cats Club remains committed to its mission of reducing the stray cat population and improving the welfare of community cats through compassionate care and community engagement.


For more information about the Street Cats Club and its initiatives, please visit streetcatsclub.org.


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