Volunteers Help Local Animal Shelter

Many people in the East took the time this weekend to help out the Carteret County Humane Society.

Volunteers helped the local shelter with repairs needed to keep the building up and running. They helped to paint, mend fences, do electrical work, landscape and clean.

Workers there say donations were dropped off including a new washer and dryer. They want to thank everyone in the community who came together to help them out.

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  • by Doxielover Location: Grifton on Mar 14, 2011 at 06:02 AM
    I am so glad that someone stepped up & helped them out. Hope they pass the inspection & the animals are able to stay out of harms way
  • by Bob Location: Washington on Mar 14, 2011 at 12:52 AM
    The one million dollar animal control shelter in Beaufort County failed it's inspection last week. Partly because of the Beaufort county Humane Society who has put about $25,000 a year (which encluded a wooden fence) into this county owned shelter trying to make people think it belongs to them.
  • by erica vella Location: MHC on Mar 13, 2011 at 06:49 PM
    It was great to see the community come together when there shelter needed it the most. Its like a family there with the men and women at the shelter. They are doing a amazing job and to have the chance to help them was great! Go CCHS you guys rock!

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