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Humane Society Newsletter Fall 2012

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Humane Society Newsletter Fall 2012

Humane Society Newsletter Fall 2012


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  • 1. Serving all of Anderson County and Oak Ridge Fall 2012 THE PAW PRINT Welcome to the Fall edition of The Paw Print. We’ve had lots of CRAZY weather the past few months, but let’s Monthly Meeting hope that Fall is here and we are ready to have some fun Please plan to attend our monthly meeting on and special events! Keep reading to find out what has Wednesday, at 6:00 pm at Riverview gone on and what our plans are. Grill in Clinton. We will be talking about our upcoming events. If you have any information you would like to see in the newsletter, please feel free to email me at: dizanddoc@ yahoo.com. Thanks, Liz Suddath FLEA MARKET The Flea Market is having a 50% OFF SALE on Friday, Sept. 28 8:30-Noon & Saturday, Sept. 29 10:00 - Spay/Neuter Program 1:00. Please plan to attend. We will have lots of Holiday According to Kristin items. Everything in the store will be on sale!! & Jimmy, our spay/ We are located on Warehouse Road near the Oak Ridge neuter program is go- Animal Shelter and across the street from Atlas Van ing very well. They set Lines. The flea market is manned by an all volunteer up the last Saturday staff, and all merchandise sold comes to us as donations of every month at the from the community. Humane Society Flea Market, at 10:00 am sharp. As you can see from the photo, there are plenty who come to sign up. We sign up 60 to 70 pets per month!! wAY to Go Kristin & JiMMY. !! • sewing supplies • fabrics • quilting supplies • sines • & much, much more Sew Unique ewing machines • sergers MACHINES, FABRICS & NOTIONS Where you can find everything to meet your sewing needs! COME SEE US SOON! • Custom Embroidery & Monograms • Quilting & Sewing Classes • Brother & Pfaff Machines • Repairs on all Makes & Models M - F 8 - 5 • Sat 8 - 1 www.SewUniqueFabric.com 457-5070 403 Hillcrest Street, Clinton • needles • quilting machines • embroidery mach
  • 2. Serving all of Anderson County and Oak Ridge Fall 2012 “Old dogs, like old shoes, are comfortable. They might be a bit out of shape and a little worn around the edges, but they fit well.” -Bonnie Wilcox EFCU DOG DAYS OF MEMBERSHIP - PATRON SUMMER Norbert Grant SHELTER SUPPLY MEMBERSHIP - FRIEND DRIVE Jane Hiserote/Philip Stumbo Barbara Burton Melissa Watkins with Enrich- Nancy Cosgrove Lois Zobel ment Federal Credit Union NEW MEMBERS (left) presents a check, food and Laura Lavalle Sue Johnson William & Susan Lain supplies to Kristin Olsen, Chair- man of the Spay/Neuter pro- DONATIONS gram with the Anderson County Barbara Gamblin Gene Epps John & Sharon Howell Humane Society. This is the 4th Judy Roy Dennis Haley Helen Kapral Annual Dog Days of Summer Jean Hurst Doris Noey Marci Willison Shelter Supply Drive which is Enrichment Federal Credit Union held the entire month of July at all Enrichment office locations. IN MEMORY OF This event is advertised to creditBetty Reinoehl “IMO” “Abby” union members and the commu-Betty Reinoehl “IMO” “Chanel” nity at large to solicit monetaryCathy Marciante “IMO” “Mandy” and supply donations forJane Shelton “IMO” “Darby” Melissa Watkins & Kristin Olsen Knoxville and surrounding communities. KROGER OAK RIDGE Kroger in Oak Ridge held an event for collecting pet food. S.N.A.C.K attended to lend a paw! Pictured with our mascot S.N.A.C.K are Tammy Billingsly, Kroger employee and Steve Scarbrough, Store Manager.
  • 3. Serving all of Anderson County and Oak Ridge Fall 2012 “Never try to outstubborn a cat.” -Lazarus Long Pet Fest & Blessing Saturday, Oct. 6 Grace Lutheran Church of Oak RidgeLast years Pet Fest & Blessing was a huge success. We planon having a better time this year.The Humane Society will be selling Hot Dogs, BBQ,Drinks, Chips, T-Shirts and More! We will have a Raffelwith some really great prizes.As you can see, S.N.A.C.K. was working the crowds lastyear by our booth (blue tent) and he plans to be there againthis year. Please plan to attend this year! The Humane Society’s mascot S.N.A.C.K. (Spay/Neuter Anderson County Kritters)
  • 4. The Humane Society, Inc. Serving All of Anderson County and Oak Ridge PMB 366, 969 Oak Ridge Turnpike Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830 Membership Application/Renewal Name PhoneAddress City State Zip Email Individual membership $20.00 Family membership $30.00 Supporting memberships as follows: Friend Patron Benefactor $50 - $99 $100 - $199 $200 Plus I wish to contribute $ Total amount enclosed $ Please make checks payable to The Humane Society, Inc. “Return Service Requested”Oak Ridge, TN Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830Permit No. 211 PMB 366, 969 Oak Ridge Turnpike PAID Serving All of Anderson County and Oak Ridge U.S.Postage The Humane Society, Inc. Org. Non-Profit The Paw Print