Brown Creek Animal Hospital held a spay and neuter clinic for animals of low-income or elderly citizens on Nov. 9, the final one in a series of clinics this year, but funds are still available.
The clinic, available thanks to the Sandra Harmon Clive Memorial Fund, established after her death in October 2010, is under the direction of Gloria Overcash, memorial fund director. Funds for the program are still available and Overcash wants to put them to good use. “We still have funds and I want to spend it,” Overcash said. “That’s what it’s for.
“Ms. Clive was my neighbor and church family member and upon her death her family asked me to direct this foundation. Dr. Danny Wright is the head doctor here,” Overcash added. “Everybody’s been so great to work with for our clinic. I can’t say enough about the efforts of the people at Brown Creek.”
More than 75 cats and dogs have been spayed or neutered since the clinic started.
Anson County citizens may apply for assistance by filling out an application, available at the Anson County Health Department, Brown Creek Animal Hospital, the Hampton B. Allen Library or the library bookmobile, according to Overcash.