The position is open at Oconee County Animal Control.
Saturday, December 29, 2012
Employer: Oconee County Government Description: A full-time position for an ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER is open at Oconee County Animal Control. How to Apply: Submit applications from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday at the Oconee County Board of Commissioners' Human Resources Office at 23 North Main Street (Oconee County Courthouse), Room 203. Applications may be downloaded on-line. Deadline: Until filled. This opportunity was found on oconeecounty.com on Dec. 28, 2012. Check to see if the position is still available by clicking here.
Eight-year-old Olivia Lamons of Bogart, Ga. has collected over $1,000 for disease prevention and treatments for dogs and cats since the launch of Project Shelter Helper last May.
Editor's Note: Olivia Lamons was selected as the The Huffington Post's Greatest Person of the Day for Aug 23, 2012. The feature recognizes citizens across the nation for their extraordinary efforts to make a difference in their communities. Congratulations, Olivia! A northeast Georgia eight-year-old is dedicated to helping dramatically change, and even save, the lives of shelter dogs and cats. Olivia Lamons, a third grader at Statham Elementary School where her mother Lacy teaches second grade, loves to read. When she came across an article last spring about a child who raised money for charity through a lemonade stand, she became inspired to help her community. Olivia combined that desire to serve with her love of pets to form Project …