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To the editor:
Thank you to all who made the Humane Society of
Logan County's garage sale a huge success. The response to our
request for donations was truly amazing. It was more than we could
have hoped for, and every item that was donated contributed to our
Volunteers dedicated hundreds of hours, starting with months of
planning, sorting, pricing and displaying the goods. Some set up the
spaces, moved tables, moved furniture, loaded and emptied trailers,
and did the heavy lifting. Others donated their talents with music,
baking and face painting.
Our business partners helped defray our costs with donations of
storage space, food and drink, items for the sale, and help with
The local news media greatly assisted us with promoting our
event, along with more volunteers who distributed fliers.
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And two days of perfect weather brought out lots of treasure
hunters going home with great bargains.
We thank you all. Your continued support of our programs is
making a difference in the lives of homeless animals.
We invite you to HSLC shelter's grand opening and open house. It
is Saturday, June 9, from 1-4, at 1801 E. Lincoln Parkway. Please
come and see what your support has helped us accomplish.
Humane Society of Logan County
Adrienne Hahn, garage sale chair
May 24, 2012]
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