animal shelter

Good deed for the animal shelter


Shown with the dog food that was donated to the shelter, from left: Fayette County Commissioner Joe Acker, Fayette County Animal Shelter Director Phil Holliman (holding the $1,000 check), contestant Kaisley Craig (age four), contestant Gracelyn Westbrooks (age 12), and store owner Rachel Bolin.

“Temporary Princess,” a local business that sells formal dresses and hosts girl’s and ladies’ fashion pageants, recently held a charity contest to collect dog food and raise money for the Fayette County Animal Shelter. The contestants competed to see who could collect the most dog food and raise the most money for the shelter. The response was overwhelming as more than 2,100 pounds of dog food was collected and $1,000 raised.

 

Raffle benefits Fayette Co. Animal Shelter


Shown at the drawing from left: Fayette County Sheriff Byron Yerby, Commissioner Joe Acker, Fayette County Animal Shelter Director Phil Holliman, Barry Friedman and Fayette County Probate Judge Mike Freeman.

Alabama Pawn & Cash recently held a raffle to give away a Henry Alabama Bicentennial Rifle to benefit the Fayette County Animal Shelter. The raffle raised $3,000 for the shelter and the gun was won by Chris House of Millport.

Gun raffle for animal shelter


Shown are Fayette County Animal Shelter manager Phil Holliman (left), Barry Friedman of Alabama Pawn and Cash, and one of the many lovable pets that are available for adoption from the shelter.

Alabama Pawn and Cash in Fayette has donated a limited edition, commemorative Alabama Bicentennial Henry 22 Rifle to be given away on April 19. Tickets are $10 each and all proceeds from the raffle will benefit the Fayette County Animal Shelter. Only 300 tickets for the rifle will be sold. Tickets are available at Alabama Pawn and Cash.