THE BOARD of Directors of Promoting Animal Welfare Society Inc. (PAWS) and all the animals in our no-kill shelter would like to thank the community of Muskogee for it support for our main fund raiser, Animal Fest, on Oct. 6.
We had a great turnout even though the temperatures that day were unseasonably chilly.
We would like to thank the following people for their sponsorship of Animal Fest: Muskogee Daily Phoenix, Animal Medical Center, Charlie's Chicken East, PETCO, Creek Nation Casino, Direct Traffic, Corporate to Casual, Oxford Productions, Sadler Paper Company, Louis and Dorothy Farmer and Advanced Workzone Services. Thanks to First Star Bank, Terry and Mary Eddings and John Griffin for cash donations.
We are grateful to the following merchants for donating items for our raffle: Haley and Loyd Jewelers, Fish Plus, Economy Pharmacy West Side, K-Mart, Bebb's Flowers, Red Lobster, Amish Country Store, Golden Corral, Whitlock Wishhouse, Applebee's, IHOP, Buffalo Wild Wings, Speedway Grill, Browns Shoes, Chilangos, Cowboys Bar-B-Q, Cookies Bedazzled, Fence Me In, I'm a Basket Case, Tractor Supply, Bebb's Flowers and Cagle Flowers. Thanks to Orscheln Farm and Home for their generous donation of products to our shelter.
Thank you to our volunteers: Madalin Ownby, Makayla Cypert, Brenda Hull, Destiny Dearman, Elouise Farmer, Louis Farmer, Victoria Carvajal, Paige Frix, Sue Cote, Claudette Courtemanche and Kate and Rob Schroeder. A big “thanks” to Patsy Rodin, Martha Stoodly and Geni Gallant for the donation of delicious baked goods.
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. In fact, it's the only thing that ever has." -Margaret Mead 1901 - 1978
The Board of
Directors of PAWS
I’M SORRY I have been so long thanking Walmart for the new wheelchairs. I wrote a letter to the editor about the problems I was having finding a wheelchair for my handicapped granddaughter, who loves to shop there and can tell me the exact aisle anything I need is on.
I want to also thank the person who sent my letter to the general manager of the Muskogee Walmart store, Brian Wallace, who contacted me personally about my letter. I have never spoken to a nicer gentleman. He assured me he would get new wheelchairs, and now we have plenty. It’s such a relief to go in the door and see them, instead of having to look for one and many times having to leave because none were available.
Thanks again Mr. Wallace, and my granddaughter, Jenna Bowen, says thank you as well. Walmart is very fortunate to have you working for them and getting things done.