at P.O. Box 471931, Charlotte, 28247-1931 United States
The Golden Retriever Rescue Club of Charlotte (GRRCC) is a volunteer-staffed, non-profit organization that rescues, and places for adoption, unwanted, abused, neglected, or abandoned Golden Retrievers in the Charlotte, NC area.
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REMINDER : 2015 Annual Meeting - This Monday, January 12th Each year, everyone associated with GRRCC is invited to our annual meeting to hear a brief review of the previous year and plans for the upcoming year. We also will elect new board members at this meeting, We are always looking for new participants, either to serve on the board or on a committee. This is also a good time to renew your membership for the upcoming year. Only paid members can serve on the Board. If you are interested in finding out more about what is involved in serving on the board, contact president Gene Fitzpatrick for details. (email@example.com). Date: Monday, January 12,2015 Location: Morrison Regional Library – 7015 Morrison Blvd. Charlotte, NC 28211 Time: 6:30 until 7:30 p.m.
PRESIDENT’S LETTER-December 2014 GRRCC wishes all of our members, donors, sponsors and friends a very Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah and Happy Holidays, and a Happy New Year for 2015. We continue to gain new members and volunteers and are so grateful not just at this time of the year, but year round. Because of you, we have thrived for over 23 years and look forward to our "Silver Anniversary" in 2016. This year was quite busy with medical issues on many of our intakes. We had 5 of our beautiful Goldens whose medical bills totaled over $ 25,000. We took the necessary steps to nurse these "babies" back to health and they are all thriving in their new homes. Thank you to the foster families and adoptive families for all you have done, particularly in this past year. The difficult side of our intake has continued to be medical expenses. Because of the rather expensive procedures performed on the above dogs, our average medical expense per Golden approaches $ 1,000 for 2014. Last year, it was close to $ 700 and previous years in the $500 range. With additional expenses of food, transportation and miscellaneous, we are well over the $ 1,000 cost per Golden. While we have had a good year for income from fundraisers, donations, etc., it was not enough to balance out the expenses as we wound up in a negative position for the year. While we still remain financially strong, we won't remain so if we continue to take in so many "medically challenged" Goldens. We don't wish to turn our back on any Golden that we can save, regardless of the cost to do so. With that in mind, we are asking you to strongly consider an end of the year donation to GRRCC. Your tax deductible donation can help us, and perhaps allow you to send less money to Uncle Sam. This is also the time to renew your dues for 2015. Individual dues begins at $ 20 and family dues begins at $ 35. While dues are only a small portion of our income, it all helps. Again let me thank all of you for all you do. My sincere gratitude. I would be remiss if I did not thank the Board members, Intake volunteers and adoption volunteers along with the afore-mentioned. In particular, I wish to thank Gwyn Marden, our Treasurer for the past 6 or 7 years, who is moving to Annapolis, Maryland for her job. We will sorely miss her. We also will be losing a newer board member, Mini Thangaswamy, who is relocating with her family to California. Best wishes to Gwyn and Mini. Gene Fitzpatrick