The Cornell Cooperative Extension 2013 annual meeting is set for Thursday, November 14 and will be located at the Genesee Valley Educational Partnership in Mount Morris and is set to feature Independent Search & Rescue Canine Handlers, Inc.
“We are really focusing our programs around the rescue dogs,” said Louie Freeman, Executive Director for the Livingston County Cornell Cooperative Extension.
The guest speakers for the meeting will be Mary Davenport and the members of her support team of the Independent Search & Rescue Canine Handlers, Inc. with dogs, Sister, Aik, and Ayla.
“Every year we try to bring in someone from the community to explain what they do and then show how they do it,” said Freeman.
According to Freeman, educators will attend the meeting to have displays on the various programs offered at the Cornell Cooperative Extension and will stay beyond the meeting to answer any questions posed to them.
“The turnout of people varies every year, but that is also due to the fact that our venue is different every year,” said Freeman. “Last we had a turnout of about 50 to 60 people, and that is pretty good.”
The evening will feature hors d’ oeuvres and entertainment as the Cornell Cooperative Extension takes a look back at the year.
For more information about the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Livingston County 2013 annual meeting please visit, www.ccelivingstoncounty.org.