Mayor Welborn Adams (2nd from right) joined Grand Harbor residents Bob Strazzella, Myles and Georgette Covert, Mary Ellen Neumann and more than a hundred other club members to “rock the rescues” at the second annual Animal House Toga Party benefiting the Humane Society of Greenwood. More than $11,000 was raised in support of the agency’s efforts on behalf of the area’s homeless animals.
The Humane Society of Greenwood was selected by the GMFCU Board of Directors to receive a donation of $2,500! The monies were collected during October through December last year through their “Skip A Payment” program. Pictured are GMFCU employees Samantha Byrd (left) and Vickie Hastings (right) with Jonathan Emily, HSOG’s Adoption Center Manager.
Application deadline is September 7, 2012. Animal Care Attendant (See full job description) – Part-time position, weekend work required, valid driver’s license and reliable transportation. Animal care knowledge/experience is preferred, but not required. Please read job description before applying for position. If interested and qualified, please complete job application and either bring application,
The commander of a sea vessel, he is not. But Skipper is the kind of dog that will have you skipping along and playing with him. This Jack Russell Terrier and Chihuahua mix is a joy of a dog. His love is indiscriminate. Adults, kids of all ages, and other dogs are a-okay by him and he welcomes anyone who wants to enjoy a romp in the yard or a leisurely walk.
Lets GO GO GO! Two-year-old Dottie is always as busy as a bee — a Blue Heeler and Siberian Husky bee, that is. Have a task that needs handled? Give it to Dottie. She’s an “alpha” dog all the way, liking to take charge and be the leader of the pack. However, her delightful personality shines best when she’s the only dog.
Need your pet spayed or neutered? Transport is available from Humane Society of Greenwood to Animal Allies Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic located in Spartanburg, SC. All appointments are made direct with Animal Allies by calling 864-576-6971. Transport space is limited, so don’t put off making your pet’s appointment. (If you are able to transport your pet to Spartanburg,
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Her skinny jeans haven’t fit in a while, but this 6-years-young Calico Queen’s so abundantly pleasant it’s doesn’t matter anyway; after all, jeans aren’t made to fit your heart, and if they were they wouldn’t fit hers. Mrs. Butterworth was found in Ware Shoals with her sister and brother; all 3 are spayed/neutered, clearly loving pets who stuck closely together when they found themselves homeless.