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$7,200 raised for animals who survived Hurricane Katrina

Under the direction of Summit County 4-H Director Kathie Kralik, 23 Summit 4-H children have raised over $7,200 in funds for the rescue, care and housing of animals displaced by Hurricane Katrina, which have been sent to the Louisiana Veterinary Memorial Foundation in Baton Rouge, La. Summit County Animal Control, Barnyard Pet Store, and the 4-H members will continue to raise funds for the cause for the next two weeks. The Summit County 4-H office can be contacted at (970) 668-4142, Summit County Animal Control can be reached at (970) 668-4117 and the Barnyard Pet Store at (970) 668-0238.


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