D2Care 2009 Board Elections
We would like to remind you that the voting booth is open for the 2009 D2Care Elections. In order to vote, you will need to have your login and password. If you have not yet created a login and password, this is the time to do so! Voting will continue until May 3, 2009. If you have not created your login and password, and cannot remember your Membership number, please write to any of the current Board Members and request your number. If you have created a login and password, but cannot remember them, please write to our webmaster at Jennifer@d2care.org for assistance.
Please go here to enter the Members only area of the website. http://www.d2care.org/membersonly/
After signing into the Members only area, you will be taken to the Welcome Page. Before clicking on the “Ready to Vote” link, please take time to read the biographies of the Candidates. On the Candidates page, we have added a new component as well. You will find the summary of the Question and Answer Session from the Members Meeting on March 15, 2009. You are voting for 5 Board positions, and there are 6 Candidates.
While visiting the website, have a look around. We have a few new pages. http://www.d2care.org/aid/ will take you to an entirely new section. If you scroll down to Aid Awarded, you will get to view the new pages which show the deaf dogs that your D2Care Members Dues and Donations have helped since 2007.
At the request of some of those folks supporting us, and some wondering why they should, we have also added a directory for what information lives in the Members Only Pages. http://www.d2care.org/membersonly/whatsinhere.php
Are you a writer? Do you want to share your deaf dog knowledge, experience, or training ideas? Please step forward and let us know! We are always on the look-out for new articles for the D2Care website, and would love to hear your idea. At this time, we’re particularly interested in articles on “later onset” deafness (as from aging, illness, or medical complications) as opposed to the congenital that we tend to focus on.