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Christmas Bear purchases help GRAWL spay/neuter program

Curly the Bear will be on display in "Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe," in the Historic Adair County Courthouse, 9am-3pmCT, Saturday, December 1, 2012

By Valeria Bault
News from GRAWL (Green River Animal Welfare League)

GRAWL is conducting a fundraiser to help with the cost of spaying and neutering of the pets of senior citizens in the area. This fund raiser is special because it will not only provide funds for GRAWL but it will provide a Teddy bear to a child this Christmas.

Curly the bear is a cuddly heartwarming bear, that can touch the hearts of many children this Christmas. When you purchase a bear, the proceeds will go to GRAWL and the bear will go to either the angel tree program, or to the Jaycees Christmas toy program. The purchaser can decide where they want the bear to go.

The bear is $20.00 and may be ordered at local veterinarian offices, Day and Day feed or purchasers may call Jan Weber of GRAWL at 270-378-6201 or Valeria Bault with Avon at 270-378-0592.

Curly will be on display at the Christmas in Columbia arts and craft show in the Historic Courthouse, 500 Public Square, Columbia, KY, 9am-3pmCT, Saturday, December 1, 2012. This is a good way to make a donation and have the benefits be two-fold.

- Valeria Bault

This story was posted on 2012-11-30 17:39:27
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