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St. Jude Star Guitar

Congratulations to CHUCK McGILL - winner of this year's St. Jude STAR GUITAR!

 

 

 

And thanks to EVERYONE who bought a raffle ticket...your dollars will benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital!

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Pet Of The Week

Our PET OF THE WEEK this week (April 23-29) is CARMEN. She is a lab mix approximately 8 months old and is very playful.  She loves water and gets along well with children and other dogs.  .

 

         

 

All animals featured as a PET OF THE WEEK receive their first shots for free as well as spay or neuter.

 

Rob Harris is the new animal shelter director and invites everyone to visit!  Volunteer help is still needed and donations of cash and supplies are also most appreciated.  The shelter is open from 8AM to 5PM Monday through Friday and is located at 310 Anderson Boulevard in Clarksdale.

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