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People in agreement with the purposes of this organization shall be eligible to membership upon completion of the organization’s application (coming soon!) and payment of dues and shall be classified as follows:

Junior (under 18) $10.00/annual
Individual $25.00/annual
Family (up to 5) $50.00/annual
Sponsor $100.00/annual
Silver Paw $250.00/annual
Gold Paw $500.00/annual
Lifetime $1000.00/one-time donation

Section 1.  Non-voting members are those who are under the age of 18 or who have not renewed their dues.

Section 2.  Voting members are those who are over the age of 18, have fulfilled duties and are in good standing.  Voting members may vote, serve on committees and hold office in the society, except where a conflict of interest might occur.

Section 3.  No two members living in the same house or of immediate family may serve as officers of the Board of Directors at the same time.

Section 4.  Dues are payable on or before January 15 each year or membership shall cease within 14 days.  Dues must be paid prior to the general membership meeting to be eligible to vote in that election.

Section 5.  Any member may cease membership at any time with or without cause but dues are non-refundable.

Membership Levels

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