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Going to the dogs ... and cats

Veteran human services executive to take reins of APF

Animal Protective Foundation volunteers Jennifer Mayack with Daisy, left, and Jackie Polukort with Molly, hold kittens at the Glenville shelter Saturday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Animal Protective Foundation volunteers Jennifer Mayack with Daisy, left, and Jackie Polukort with Molly, hold kittens at the Glenville shelter Saturday.
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The Animal Protective Foundation has hired a new executive director who brings experience across a span of advocacy programs and organizations. Michael Daugherty will begin his new job Monday, replacing Rosalie Ault after a three-month, nationwide search. APF board President Connie Burns said in a news release his experience in programs, associate relations, advocacy and capital campaign development are an “excellent fit” for the nonprofit animal shelter on Maple Avenue. “In his new role, Michael ...


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