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Behr Design co-owner Chad Stewart, of Sidney, raises the thermometer level to 51 percent on the Shelby County Animal Rescue Foundation (SCARF) campaign board near the courtsquare, Wednesday, March 30. SCARF has raised $1,219,814.72 to date toward the building of the new Shelby County Animal Shelter and Adoption Center. All of the cat areas in the proposed shelter have been sponsored, as have other areas of the building. The campaign continues and donations can be made at www.helpshelbycountyanimals.com. Watching Stewart are, left to right, Shelby County Commissioner Julie Ehemann, SCARF Secretary Karen Wise, Building A Pawsitive Future! capital campaign committee member Gay Smith and SCARF Board of Directors member Cheri Dalton, all of Sidney. In Wise’s arms is a shelter dog, Ester.


Behr Design co-owner Chad Stewart, of Sidney, raises the thermometer level to 51 percent on the Shelby County Animal Rescue Foundation (SCARF) campaign board near the courtsquare, Wednesday, March 30. SCARF has raised $1,219,814.72 to date toward the building of the new Shelby County Animal Shelter and Adoption Center. All of the cat areas in the proposed shelter have been sponsored, as have other areas of the building. The campaign continues and donations can be made at www.helpshelbycountyanimals.com. Watching Stewart are, left to right, Shelby County Commissioner Julie Ehemann, SCARF Secretary Karen Wise, Building A Pawsitive Future! capital campaign committee member Gay Smith and SCARF Board of Directors member Cheri Dalton, all of Sidney. In Wise’s arms is a shelter dog, Ester.

Behr Design co-owner Chad Stewart, of Sidney, raises the thermometer level to 51 percent on the Shelby County Animal Rescue Foundation (SCARF) campaign board near the courtsquare, Wednesday, March 30. SCARF has raised $1,219,814.72 to date toward the building of the new Shelby County Animal Shelter and Adoption Center. All of the cat areas in the proposed shelter have been sponsored, as have other areas of the building. The campaign continues and donations can be made at www.helpshelbycountyanimals.com. Watching Stewart are, left to right, Shelby County Commissioner Julie Ehemann, SCARF Secretary Karen Wise, Building A Pawsitive Future! capital campaign committee member Gay Smith and SCARF Board of Directors member Cheri Dalton, all of Sidney. In Wise’s arms is a shelter dog, Ester.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2016/03/web1_SDN033116SCARFShelter.jpgBehr Design co-owner Chad Stewart, of Sidney, raises the thermometer level to 51 percent on the Shelby County Animal Rescue Foundation (SCARF) campaign board near the courtsquare, Wednesday, March 30. SCARF has raised $1,219,814.72 to date toward the building of the new Shelby County Animal Shelter and Adoption Center. All of the cat areas in the proposed shelter have been sponsored, as have other areas of the building. The campaign continues and donations can be made at www.helpshelbycountyanimals.com. Watching Stewart are, left to right, Shelby County Commissioner Julie Ehemann, SCARF Secretary Karen Wise, Building A Pawsitive Future! capital campaign committee member Gay Smith and SCARF Board of Directors member Cheri Dalton, all of Sidney. In Wise’s arms is a shelter dog, Ester.