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'4 Rage 10 The Star August 30, 2021 '1 l . 1 - l - - - :v Shelter : (Continued from Page 1) but Benning said that isn t seen as a deterrent. Ij We ve raised $1.2 million over the past ve years and we do it with eyery kind of fundraising youacan think of. We'will build until we run out money and then we ll nd a way to raise some more. . v Benning added TMAR is not seeking any money from any govem- rhent or tribal entity. The'50103 non-pro t group is also not taking out any loans. ' Benning stated that over the past ve years TMAR has found ways to operate the animal shelter but added a new facility will provide an endless stream of bene ts. ff We nd ways to make the current building work but we have inad- eguate drainage and our ventilation is a challenge. A new facility will be better for the animals and easier for our staff to help clean. TMAR currently has seven part-time staff that are all local residents. Quring the last ve years of cials have saved over 5,000 animals and WAR has continued to grow, although volunteers are always welcome. if Benning said a particularrarea of focus has been on spaying and neu- tering. He said there has been two free clinics held this year and an agree- ment with a vet team from Kansas will provide ,four free clinics a year. , it: A fundraising event has been scheduled for Wednesday, September 1. @f cials will be serving chili at the Leevers parking lot from 11 am. to 2 p.m. with all the proceeds going to TMAR. Undcrare kids! This new school year is a perfect time remind your child of your household expectations, and consequences for 3 friends, and risky be IS crucial to keeping them sa f con dent. Participate in school events, suppo yo child in their extracurricular activities, 0 simply sit down with them while they 1 doing homework. 4 51. . Join Leevers Foods in supporting the This engagement can make abigii pac Tough Enough T 0 Wear Pink Campaign! their success. Purchase Tough Enough to Wear Pink T- shirts and other year like caps and jewelry or ypu can make a cash donation to support individuals battling cancer Rolette County Public Health District The Tough Enough To Wear Pink Campaign continues to raise funds to provide patients access to Trinity,1 . . . Health'snew cancer exercise rehab program atthe Minot Family YMCA. This innovative new program prevention Pregmmb Wibh you 1 happy offers dramatic results in the quality of life and rehabilitation for those ghting cancer. 100% of all proceeds safe, drug & alcoholfrmg school year! will go to this program which bene ts cancer patients in our community. i irvenr Promote Pinter! . Public Health 202 Marinate. Rona - 477-3119 Open Monday-Saturday: 7 am. to 9 pm. ' Sunday 9 am. to 7 pm. mmmm i a,= i 11156:: DAY eest of Baku !n HwyU5 - PLUS apply for SlilE! 0% Financing ! 19% OFF SOfas, Loveseats, Dinette Sets, Lamps, End Tables and Hirschfield Paint g, .