DOGGONE GOOD BARGAINS

A resale shop that saves lives

102 Commerce St..

Pine Mountain, GA

Open Thursday, Friday and Saturday

10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Dog-Gone Good Bargains is a thrift store featuring gently used household goods, furniture, books and more completely staffed by volunteers  All items are donated and all proceeds benefit the Humane Society of Harris County. We will gratefully pick up your tax deductible donations. For more information please call Lorraine Berry (404)863-1068 or email: Lberry22@rocketmail.com.

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3938 Barnes Mill Rd., Hamilton, GA 31811   706 582 3007

PET OF THE WEEK

The adoption of stray or neglected animals, the prevention and relief of suffering among animals, assist in the building of relationships between people and animals for the betterment of our community and humane education.

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Our Mission

Animal and Art Lovers! Bid on local artist Len Jagoda's beautiful artwork and honor a true animal lover, Rich Church. Rich was a resident of Hamilton and worked as an assistant at the Macon Road Animal Clinic in Columbus where he managed kennels and had a big heart and love for animals and people. This Silent Auction fundraiser will dedicate a kennel at the HSHC Adoption Center in Rich's name. Len Jagoda has donated a museum quality reproduction print of the pastel painting, "Some Blessings are Mixed". The framed and double matted print is numbered 1 of 75 and is on display in the lobby of First People's Bank in Pine Mountain. Starting bid is $250. The auction will close on September 30th. A special account has been set up at First People's Bank, if you wish to make a donation to HSHC in Rich Church's name. Questions? Please contact Lorraine Berry at 404-863-1068 or email
lberry22@rocketmail.com

HUMANE SOCIETY OF HARRIS COUNTY

Hamilton, Georgia

GARLAND

Female,

Retriever mix,

DOB: April 2015

Housebroken and

crate trained

Volunteers from through out the community, help HSHC achieve its goals.  Volunteers walk dogs, staff our resale shop, foster animals and so much more.  Give an hour or a day, once a week, once a month.  You'll be amazed at the impact you can make.

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