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Out and About – Week of November 21st

This Thursday is Thanksgiving, a day when we should all reflect on the many things for which we are thankful for. It’s also a time for families to get together and enjoy each other’s company and share a little love. We should all do this more than just once a year. The family unit is not what it used to …

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Missy

Hi! My name is Missy and I am a female tabby cat, about 3 years old. If you look at the picture you will see I am sitting close to a dish of food. I’m very hungry because I have had kittens. I’ve been a very good mama and took care of my kittens and they have all been adopted. …

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Out and About – Week of November 14th

Thanksgiving is a week from Thursday, yet the stores are already getting ready for Christmas. It would be nice if we could appreciate these special days at a slower pace. It’s unfortunate that, when we think of Thanksgiving, we think more about Black Friday than about the day when we should be reflecting on things for which we are thankful. …

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Elwood

Hi! My name is Elwood and I’m a male tan Shepherd/Mastiff mix. I am about 1-2 years old and very friendly. I weigh about 85 pounds so if you want a large dog, I’m your guy. I would like to have someone who can give me some exercise. Please come in and see me and take me home. My docket …

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Out and About – Week of November 7th

We recently attended a play which featured grade school and junior-high students. The audience was made up mostly of parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and other fans of all ages. The play was clever and well produced. The talent exhibited was more than exceptional. It was downright good. I’ve appeared in quite a few plays put on by community theatre groups, …

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Mark My Words

October is a big month for sports fans everywhere. College football and the NFL are well underway, the NBA is just getting started and for me, the best of all, HOCKEY season is upon us. In the midst of it all, however, is America’s pastime, which seems to take a back seat to everything else in the wide, world of …

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