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Shelter Donations /
Health Group Meeting /
Spicer, president of the Friends of the Collinsville Animal Shelter (F.O.C.A.S.),
accepted two checks for the new shelter today. Chris Armistead (far right above)
presented a $400 check from the Lamamco Drilling Co. The Skiatook company had
promised to match $200 if raised by the Cards In Action (CIA) for the shelter
via their "Pennies for Puppies" fund raiser but doubled the contribution
instead today. Nick Mendez presented a $201check for the CIA and was joined
by other CIA fund raisers (L-R) Mariah McElroy, Cauryn Mulliner, Alexa Grisham,
Mollie Colpitt, Addie Upky, Jordan Shelley, and Leigh Flanary. The check presentation
was made at the old shelter. The students checked on the animals in the cramped
exiting shelter today and pledged to volunteer at the new shelter when it is
new Collinsville Animal Shelter came $601 dollars closer to reality today with
checks presented by Nick Mendez (left) and Chris Armistead (right).
Babbitt, Marlene Spicer and Donna Alcorn were pleased with today's presentation.
group met at the Library for the first time today. That group plans to
meet and discuss health topics and related books, and web sites. Initial
plans are to meet weekly at 1pm Wednesdays.
|I saw no obvious
signs of activity at the Broadway Bridge replacement location today (near
the existing animal shelter). (Previous
21: 10:30am Animal Shelter Ground Breaking
(at 156 St. N. & 129 E. Ave.)