By Mitch Pulwer for The Island Connection
Seadogs, the Seabrook Island dog and beach advocacy group, announced today that the Annual Meeting will occur on Jan. 23, 2018 starting at 6 p.m. in the Live Oak Hall at the Lake House. On this year’s agenda, the officers will provide an annual review of 2017 for the Seadogs organization. Then, Seadogs will be honored to have a special presentation from our Seabrook Island resident, Hank Greer, President of the Charleston Animal Society and the people at the Society directly responsible for the animal life-saving activities during the terrible storms of 2017. Greer will share details of the incredible Evacuation Pipeline run by members of the Society resulting in hundreds of animals already saved by land, sea and air from the ravages of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria. The sacrifice of the people who drove into the storm areas is an amazing story that is heartwarming at its core. All Seabrook Island residents are invited to attend the meeting. In addition to anecdotes from the Evacuation Pipeline, attendees will be updated about the Seadogs activities on the Island. Seadogs will be collecting charitable donations for local animal rescue organizations, including the Charleston Animal Society. The meeting is held during dinnertime and includes a potluck meal. Guests are asked to bring either an appetizer, main dish or dessert. Seadogs will provide the drinks.