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Natalie Netzel|The ObserverThe Newberry County Animal Shelter was presented with a symbolic check for $70,000 for future projects from the Newberry County Humane Society on Friday morning. The humane society is purchasing signs including an LED sign on S.C. 34, a playground for dogs and walking area. The money comes from the Grace Smith Estate and Eleanor Blumberg Estate from the humane society. Pictured from left are: NCHS president Lorraine Bradley, NCHS vice-president Karen Short, animal shelter's adoption coordinator Shannon Byrd, Public Works Director Mike Pisano, animal shelter director Leslie Jenkins, NCHS secretary Joan Malnati and NCHS treasurer Stephanie Bilger.
Natalie Netzel|The ObserverThe Newberry County Animal Shelter was presented with a symbolic check for $70,000 for future projects from the Newberry County Humane Society on Friday morning. The humane society is purchasing signs including an LED sign on S.C. 34, a playground for dogs and walking area. The money comes from the Grace Smith Estate and Eleanor Blumberg Estate from the humane society. Pictured from left are: NCHS president Lorraine Bradley, NCHS vice-president Karen Short, animal shelter's adoption coordinator Shannon Byrd, Public Works Director Mike Pisano, animal shelter director Leslie Jenkins, NCHS secretary Joan Malnati and NCHS treasurer Stephanie Bilger.
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Natalie Netzel|The Observer

The Newberry County Animal Shelter was presented with a symbolic check for $70,000 for future projects from the Newberry County Humane Society on Friday morning. The humane society is purchasing signs including an LED sign on S.C. 34, a playground for dogs and walking area. The money comes from the Grace Smith Estate and Eleanor Blumberg Estate from the humane society. Pictured from left are: NCHS president Lorraine Bradley, NCHS vice-president Karen Short, animal shelter’s adoption coordinator Shannon Byrd, Public Works Director Mike Pisano, animal shelter director Leslie Jenkins, NCHS secretary Joan Malnati and NCHS treasurer Stephanie Bilger.

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