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By Angeline Carbajal / Tucson News Now intern

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - The No Kill Pima County Board of Directors is soliciting nominations for board members and volunteers interested in protecting shelter cats and dogs from lethal solutions, according to a news release.

Anyone interested is encouraged to apply as either a board member or as a member of the nominating committee. The board will consist of five to seven members and one to three of those members will be newly elected.

The board is a non-profit grassroots community group that has been working with the county and other stakeholders to make certain that solutions other than killing are found for shelter animals across the county. Additional volunteers are needed to help manage multiple facilities that have implemented the No Kill equation and recognize the value of animals.

Anyone interested in applying or wanting to learn more about No Kill Pima County can visit www.nokillpimacounty.org or contact admin@nokillpimacounty.org.

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