Humane society adds 3 to board

The Sheboygan County Humane Society announces the appointment of three new members on its Board of Directors.

Joining the Board of Directors are Lindsay Harrison-Eirich, Michael Beeck and Pam Langan. “All three of our newest Board members embody the spirit of community and bring talent, expertise and energy to the table. We are very fortunate to have them by our side as we continue to strengthen and grow within our community,” says Andrew Viglietti, executive director of the Sheboygan County Humane Society.

Lindsay Harrison-Eirich, SCHS’s newest board member, is the owner of Engaged Marketing Co., a marketing company founded in Sheboygan. She has been considered a leader in the community: the first female to be appointed to the Pine Hills Country Club Board of Directors, a past participant in Lakeland University’s Movers & Shakers Gala, the 2018 Sheboygan County Chamber of Commerce Gala emcee, recognized Sheboygan County 2018 top professional and a highly sought-after social media keynote speaker. Lindsay is involved in multiple organizations throughout Sheboygan County where she serves in leadership roles.

Michael Beeck was born and raised in Sheboygan County. The founder and owner of The Wreath Factory and Otter Creek landscape for the last 35 years. Beeck has volunteered his time and talents to the following boards: John Michael Kohler Arts Center, LTC Horticultural Advisory Board and The Fond Du Lac Children’s Museum, but more importantly he is an avid animal lover.

Pam Langan grew up in Sheboygan, graduated from Sheboygan North High School in 1981, Northwestern University in 1985, and worked in commercial banking in Chicago before moving back to Sheboygan in 1991. Since then she has volunteered with the YMCA, Sheboygan Service Club, Safe Harbor, Meals on Wheels, The Boys & Girls Club, and First United Lutheran Church.

The Sheboygan County Humane Society (SCHS) was established in 1964 as a resource for handling the overpopulation of companion animals in Sheboygan County. SCHS is an “Open Admissions Shelter,” where no homeless animal is never turned away. Sheltering 2,500 animals every year, the SCHS is a private nonprofit organization and has no taxpayer funding. For more information on the Sheboygan County Humane Society, volunteering, donating, or adoptions, visit or call 920-458-2012.

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