Humane Society shelter benefits from Hillsboro cruising


The Highland County Humane Society Animal Shelter received a check for $300, a $100 gift card to Rural King and $100 worth of food and litter Tuesday from organizers of recent Bring Back Cruising in Hillsboro events. Pictured are staff members and their children from the shelter and the cruising events (from left) Jada Miller, Melissa Davis holding Lydia Davis, Hailey Miller, Maci Walker, Eliyanah Hopkins, Lincoln Miller, Rob Hopkins, Braelynn Hopkins, Megan Wolf (seated), Surina Deeter, Dan Holsinger and Wesley Miller. The group is pictured at the animal shelter on SR 124 east of Hillsboro with some of the donated items.

The Highland County Humane Society Animal Shelter received a check for $300, a $100 gift card to Rural King and $100 worth of food and litter Tuesday from organizers of recent Bring Back Cruising in Hillsboro events. Pictured are staff members and their children from the shelter and the cruising events (from left) Jada Miller, Melissa Davis holding Lydia Davis, Hailey Miller, Maci Walker, Eliyanah Hopkins, Lincoln Miller, Rob Hopkins, Braelynn Hopkins, Megan Wolf (seated), Surina Deeter, Dan Holsinger and Wesley Miller. The group is pictured at the animal shelter on SR 124 east of Hillsboro with some of the donated items.


Jeff Gilliland | The Times-Gazette

The Highland County Humane Society Animal Shelter received a check for $300, a $100 gift card to Rural King and $100 worth of food and litter Tuesday from organizers of recent Bring Back Cruising in Hillsboro events. Pictured are staff members and their children from the shelter and the cruising events (from left) Jada Miller, Melissa Davis holding Lydia Davis, Hailey Miller, Maci Walker, Eliyanah Hopkins, Lincoln Miller, Rob Hopkins, Braelynn Hopkins, Megan Wolf (seated), Surina Deeter, Dan Holsinger and Wesley Miller. The group is pictured at the animal shelter on SR 124 east of Hillsboro with some of the donated items.

The Highland County Humane Society Animal Shelter received a check for $300, a $100 gift card to Rural King and $100 worth of food and litter Tuesday from organizers of recent Bring Back Cruising in Hillsboro events. Pictured are staff members and their children from the shelter and the cruising events (from left) Jada Miller, Melissa Davis holding Lydia Davis, Hailey Miller, Maci Walker, Eliyanah Hopkins, Lincoln Miller, Rob Hopkins, Braelynn Hopkins, Megan Wolf (seated), Surina Deeter, Dan Holsinger and Wesley Miller. The group is pictured at the animal shelter on SR 124 east of Hillsboro with some of the donated items.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2020/06/web1_Humane-Society-cruise.jpgThe Highland County Humane Society Animal Shelter received a check for $300, a $100 gift card to Rural King and $100 worth of food and litter Tuesday from organizers of recent Bring Back Cruising in Hillsboro events. Pictured are staff members and their children from the shelter and the cruising events (from left) Jada Miller, Melissa Davis holding Lydia Davis, Hailey Miller, Maci Walker, Eliyanah Hopkins, Lincoln Miller, Rob Hopkins, Braelynn Hopkins, Megan Wolf (seated), Surina Deeter, Dan Holsinger and Wesley Miller. The group is pictured at the animal shelter on SR 124 east of Hillsboro with some of the donated items. Jeff Gilliland | The Times-Gazette