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Matthew April 27, 2012 at 12:20 am
Were the gloves eaten separately?
Lala June 14, 2012 at 05:02 pm
I've been curious about these trees. Will they be replanted somewhere else as needed?
Adrienne Cheshier January 18, 2013 at 01:15 pm
The date on this post is incorrect. Please note the Community Supper is this Sunday -January 20,Read More 2013. It will be on the 3rd Sunday of every month in 2013. Thank you Adrienne Cheshier
Bettie Witherspoon February 11, 2012 at 04:59 pm
Thank you for caring about the animals. May the Lord bless you. They are His creatures, too.
Liesl April 10, 2012 at 10:37 pm
They are indeed His creatures. I have a couple of mornings to volunteer some help (I'm not afraid toRead More clean litter boxes!!) We have many pets at our house including dogs, Guinea pigs and fish, and we have a wonderful set-up for the many ferrets we had before our youngsters (8 and 5 in human years) were born. The only catch is that unless your facility is bikeable from Dutch Neck Rd. (near the Turkey Farm), I would need transport as i don't drive. But I can help you clean, walk dogs, and foster with a bit of advanced notice. I saw this advert and since our dog, Casey came from AFEW some 8 years or so back, I've been looking for a way to "pay it forward." If you have some work for me please call me at 443-4337, or e-mail Lieslf@varizon.net. Thanks, Liesl
bethlandis November 11, 2011 at 11:23 am
That' what High Speed Universities is all about, to further the education of students. They needRead More more than a high school degree today, they need at least 2 years of college, preferrably 4, and then we're going to work with communities so they can grow economically and create more jobs for our young people
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