Tailwaggers make Gentry's dog pound a warmer place

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

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Holly Beeman (second from left) presented at check for $1,205 to Gentry Mayor Kevin Johnston (left) to pay for heat lamps in each of the 10 kennel areas at the Gentry dog impoundment facility on Friday. Pictured with Johnston and Beeman are Tailwaggers treasurer Priscilla Dorado and nephew Dason Costa, secretary Laura Lewis, and Gentry animal control officer Skip Paczowski. Also pictured are two of the dozen or more dogs at the shelter awaiting adoption.

Holly Beeman (second from left) presented at check for $1,205 to Gentry Mayor Kevin Johnston (left) to pay for heat lamps in each of the 10 kennel areas at the Gentry dog impoundment facility on Friday. Pictured with Johnston and Beeman are Tailwaggers treasurer Priscilla Dorado and nephew Dason Costa, secretary Laura Lewis, and Gentry animal control officer Skip Paczowski. Also pictured are two of the dozen or more dogs at the shelter awaiting adoption.
Photo by Randy Moll

Thanks to the Tailwaggers of Siloam Springs, dogs in Gentry’s animal pound have warmer kennels for the winter months.


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