‘Woofstock’ Raises Money For Animal Shelter

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FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP – People and pets gathered at Salt Springs State Park in Susquehanna County to raise money for an animal shelter in Susquehanna County on Saturday.

There was music, food, raffles and an agility demonstration at the ‘Woofstock 2014’.

Proceeds raised will help True Friends Animal Refuge Center in Montrose, a no-kill shelter that serves Wyoming and Susquehanna counties.

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  • ME2

    If I won a lot of money in the lottery, I’d give it away to orgs like this one. Animals are so dependent on us and so loving, in many cases, life changing for some people. I don’t even know how they lasted this long, with $28,000 per month needed to keep it open, by donations only. Isn’t there some bigger businesses out there, who can help? Someone looking to do something with their wealth, as they near their twilight years? These organizations need our help.
    My husband is out of work, or I would donate, but they need more help than the average person can give. Please someone, step up to the plate. Thank-you for listening, and no, I don’t have any connection with this shelter.

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