Thanks for booth space

Many thanks to July 4 City of Kenai (Park Strip), July 12 Kenai Kennel Club (Skyview), July 20 Homer Arts Council (Homer Street Faire, and July 26-27 Soldotna Progress Days for allowing our booth as part of your festivities, Homer animal Friends for your time in letting us explain to your group the work we are doing, KBBI Public Radio, Homer, AM890 (with sister station KDLL Kenai/Soldotna FM91.9) for air time interview at the Faire, and Copy Cats and Bare Threads for your generosity. Congratulations to Maggie Lush whose name was drawn for the Kitty tote bag at our Homer Street Faire booth and to Sue Latz whose name was drawn for the Doggie tote bag at our Soldotna Progress Days booth. On behalf of the animals without a voice, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

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