We have a new exhibitor in The Gallery here at Animal Hospital of Statesville. For the next 2 months, we are featuring photography by the Iredell Photography Club. Their card says - Come learn and share all things photography related. They meet from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. every 2nd and 4th Monday at Mitchell Community College Technology and Workforce Development Center. Check out this link for their FB page and more information!
This is information from their FB page about IPC! Photography clubs are a great way to learn about photography and meet folks with the same interests and passions!
The Iredell Photography Club promotes the enjoyment and mastery of photography. We welcome anyone interested in photography, from beginners to professionals to join us.
Why Join the Iredell Photography Club?
- Full access to the club discussions forums.
- Discounted club apparel.
- Album in club's virtual gallery.
- Invitation to club events.
- Access to club equipment.
- Free participation in fall and spring Art Crawl
We seek to improve our own art and to help each other improve. Our programs and members can help you add new dimensions to your photography, learn new techniques and hone your skills.
You'll find opportunities to exhibit your work and gain recognition in the community.
Our members shoot everything from photojournalism and portraits to landscapes and astrophotography, both digital and film. We absolutely love photography!
So unleash your creativity and share it with us!
On behalf of the North Carolina Veterinary Medical Association, (NCVMA), the Friends of the NCVMA Foundation presented an outreach grant to Forever Homes Canine Rescue to assist in their efforts to help animals in need. The NCVMA continually promotes integrity and excellence in veterinary medicine. The Friends of the NCVMA Foundation is a 501(c)3 charity, whose purpose is to educate the public and students at all levels as to the science and art of veterinary medicine. Each year the district within the NCVMA picks a deserving non-profit animal rescue organization to receive the grant. Forever Homes Canine Rescue is a 501 (c)3 non-profit, all-volunteer group that is dedicated to finding loving and responsible “forever” homes for pets. They also provide education regarding responsible pet ownership. For more information, visit their website at www.foreverhomek9rescue.org.
Pictured from right to left: Dr. Nichola Gaither, Animal Hospital of Statesville; Sandy Mills, Forever Homes Canine Rescue; Dr. Bradley Mills, NCVMA District 10 Representative.
Thank you Statesville! The Record & Landmark's Readers' Choice Awards have honored us with the Best Hospital and the Best Kennel for many years! We really work hard to earn your trust, your business and your loyalty, and know that none of this would be possible without great clients like you all! Thank you so much for this honor. We are truly thankful, and feel very blessed!
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|Friday||7:00 am to 6:00 pm|
|Saturday||8:00 am to 2:00 pm|
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|Thursday||7:00 am to 6:00 pm|
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