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McKenzie

Hello. My name is McKenzie and I am a tabby and white male short-hair cat, about 4 years old. I like to be with people and am very friendly. My markings make me a very handsome guy and I love attention. Right now I am in the cat condo in the lobby of AC. Come in and see me and …

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Out and About – Week of February 22nd

Prior to going into the Army, my brother gave me some well-known advice: “Never volunteer for anything.” I followed his advice most of the time. I chose the right time to volunteer and it paid off. Since retiring, I’ve found myself volunteering more and more. If someone were to ask me what I do, I’d have to answer, “I’m a …

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Mark My Words

With the passing of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia this past week, the internet was flooded with the news. When I first read the headline that a Supreme Court Justice had suddenly and unexpectedly passed away, my first thought was “well, depending on who it was, the other side will have a field day with this news”. And sadly, I …

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Cayenne

Hi! My name is Cayenne because my coat is a beautiful red color, like cayenne pepper. I am a female lab/hound mix, about 9 months old. I have cute, floppy ears and a very pretty face. I have a lot of energy because I am young but am also very loving and like to be with people. I know I …

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Out and About – Week of February 15th

If you’re not busy Wednesday, February 17, between the hours of 11:30AM and 5:15 PM, you should stop by the JOCO Center, 805 Wood Street, in Three Rivers. The JOCO Center is sponsoring a blood drive, along with the American Red Cross. Stop in, give some of your blood, have some juice and a cookie, and feel great about what …

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Mark My Words – Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching and for many, it is a day that can cause some extreme stress! We all want to surprise our Valentine with a special gift, a great dinner and a wonderful time. But the worry sets in that maybe we aren’t doing enough, or the gifts won’t be well recieved. Or worse yet, do they even …

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