Teens Inc to help SPCA for MLK day
News January 13, 2012
Teenagers Inc. will collect pet supplies to help the SPCA as a service project on Martin Luther King Day, Monday, Jan. 16, from 10:30 to 2:30 p.m.
Supplies will be collected at three locations on Monday and two more for the rest of January.
105 Bethlehem Pike
(across from the R7 Chestnut Hill East Train Station)From Jan. 16 to Jan 31. people can drop off supplies at Bone Appetit, 8505 Germantown Ave. or the
Philly Dog Spot, 8640 Germantown Ave. (Facing Rex Avenue).
Items to be donated:
Metal food bowls
Leashes (all sizes)
Dog harnesses (all sizes)
Heating lamps for reptile cages
New toys & bones(Nylabone & Galileo)
Jars of peanut butter
Clean blankets cans of pumpkin
New or used digital cameras
Fanny packs dog or cat treatsTeens who wish to volunteer on Jan 16th can contact Marianne Dwyer at 215-242-4976 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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