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A note of appreciation from the Humane Society of Logan County

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To the editor:

Thank you to everyone who helped to make the Humane Society of Logan County’s garage sale a great success again this year. As always, the response to our request for donations was amazing. Each item donated contributed to our success. Thank you to Sue Newman and the many volunteers who donated hundreds of hours receiving, sorting, pricing and displaying goods. Business partners helped defray our costs with their contributions. Thank you Mike Maske and the Logan County Fair Association, Styles by Robin, Kara Schmidt, Roger Krabbe and Thrivent Financial, Care Van Pet Program, Area Disposal and MKS Jewelry. And the local news media always help promote our events.

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Because of the ongoing community support of our programs, the HSLC continues making a difference in the lives of homeless and neglected animals in Logan County. We invite you to stop by our shelter at 1801 East Lincoln Parkway to see what you have helped us achieve.

Marilyn Wheat,
Humane Society of Logan County,
Ways and Means Committee
[Posted June 27, 2017]

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