Humane Society Animal Shelter holds adoption event


The Highland County Humane Society held a fundraiser and pet adoption at Advance America in Hillsboro on Saturday, July 29. Advance America Assistant Manager Christy McCoppin organized the event with the help of manager Amy Hollen and CSR Mikka Tolliver. They also organized donations of pet food, toys and supplies needed at the shelter, prepared baked goods to sell and recruited the assistance of the Blue Ribbon Champs 4-H Club to help. Other businesses that sponsored the event were Premiere Stockman Feed, Aaron’s, White’s Cake Box and Cowaburger. The Blue Ribbon Champs donated homemade baked goods, ran the bake sale, made posters and stood alongside Harry Sauner Road with signs to attract people to the event. The 4-H kids also socialized with the dogs and cats, walked them and made sure they had fresh water. Three dogs were adopted and sent to “forever homes” as a result of the event. The Highland County Humane Society Animal Shelter is located at 9331 SR 124, P.O. Box 471, Hillsboro. For more information call 937-393-2110. The shelter is open six days a week from noon to 5 p.m. and is closed Wednesdays. Members of the 4-H group are shown in this picture.


The Highland County Humane Society held a fundraiser and pet adoption at Advance America in Hillsboro on Saturday, July 29. Advance America Assistant Manager Christy McCoppin organized the event with the help of manager Amy Hollen and CSR Mikka Tolliver. They also organized donations of pet food, toys and supplies needed at the shelter, prepared baked goods to sell and recruited the assistance of the Blue Ribbon Champs 4-H Club to help. Other businesses that sponsored the event were Premiere Stockman Feed, Aaron’s, White’s Cake Box and Cowaburger. The Blue Ribbon Champs donated homemade baked goods, ran the bake sale, made posters and stood alongside Harry Sauner Road with signs to attract people to the event. The 4-H kids also socialized with the dogs and cats, walked them and made sure they had fresh water. Three dogs were adopted and sent to “forever homes” as a result of the event. The Highland County Humane Society Animal Shelter is located at 9331 SR 124, P.O. Box 471, Hillsboro. For more information call 937-393-2110. The shelter is open six days a week from noon to 5 p.m. and is closed Wednesdays. Members of the 4-H group are shown in this picture.

The Highland County Humane Society held a fundraiser and pet adoption at Advance America in Hillsboro on Saturday, July 29. Advance America Assistant Manager Christy McCoppin organized the event with the help of manager Amy Hollen and CSR Mikka Tolliver. They also organized donations of pet food, toys and supplies needed at the shelter, prepared baked goods to sell and recruited the assistance of the Blue Ribbon Champs 4-H Club to help. Other businesses that sponsored the event were Premiere Stockman Feed, Aaron’s, White’s Cake Box and Cowaburger. The Blue Ribbon Champs donated homemade baked goods, ran the bake sale, made posters and stood alongside Harry Sauner Road with signs to attract people to the event. The 4-H kids also socialized with the dogs and cats, walked them and made sure they had fresh water. Three dogs were adopted and sent to “forever homes” as a result of the event. The Highland County Humane Society Animal Shelter is located at 9331 SR 124, P.O. Box 471, Hillsboro. For more information call 937-393-2110. The shelter is open six days a week from noon to 5 p.m. and is closed Wednesdays. Members of the 4-H group are shown in this picture.
http://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/08/web1_Pet-Adoption-pic.jpgThe Highland County Humane Society held a fundraiser and pet adoption at Advance America in Hillsboro on Saturday, July 29. Advance America Assistant Manager Christy McCoppin organized the event with the help of manager Amy Hollen and CSR Mikka Tolliver. They also organized donations of pet food, toys and supplies needed at the shelter, prepared baked goods to sell and recruited the assistance of the Blue Ribbon Champs 4-H Club to help. Other businesses that sponsored the event were Premiere Stockman Feed, Aaron’s, White’s Cake Box and Cowaburger. The Blue Ribbon Champs donated homemade baked goods, ran the bake sale, made posters and stood alongside Harry Sauner Road with signs to attract people to the event. The 4-H kids also socialized with the dogs and cats, walked them and made sure they had fresh water. Three dogs were adopted and sent to “forever homes” as a result of the event. The Highland County Humane Society Animal Shelter is located at 9331 SR 124, P.O. Box 471, Hillsboro. For more information call 937-393-2110. The shelter is open six days a week from noon to 5 p.m. and is closed Wednesdays. Members of the 4-H group are shown in this picture.

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