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June 17, 2014

PUBLIC FORUM: Community supports worthy organization

Community supports worthy organization

The Paddle for Paws Canoe Race is indebted to the Logansport community for helping to raise over $5,000 for A Cause for Paws animal rescue of Cass County.

Without generous sponsors and individuals, our event would not be a success for this worthy organization.

Thank you also to the wonderful canoe and kayak racers who took time out of their day and raised over $800 to support animals.

The staff and members of BodyWorks yoga studio made this event so much fun with their time and support. Congratulations also to our canoe and kayak category winners!

Much gratitude is due to MidAmerica Radio Group and its staff.

Thank you also to our generous sponsors: Grand Industrial, Arthromatrix, Mark English of Mark’d Improvement, Mike Anderson Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram, LMC Workholding, Wealth Management Solutions, Reid Roofing and Petsense.

We also need to thank Southside Auto Sales, Gundrum Pet Cremation Care, Wags & Styles, Home Depot, Judy’s Good Life Emporium, Loretta’s Therapeutic Massage, Maple Family Dentistry, Mitch Michaels Signature Auto Care, JDT Auto Performance, McCords Do-It Best Center, Twelve Mile Vet Clinic, Carter Fuel Systems, Packard & Associates, County Line Groom Room, Central Paving, Consolidated Union, Hendrickson Auto Sales, Logan Tire, Harrison-Metzger & Rans Funeral Home, Logan Savings, Brunos, Cass County Roosters, the Elks, Martin’s Supermarket, Foppers Pet Bakery, Neighborhood Tavern, MPR Realty, Walters Precision Collision, Mordenti Building Svcs, Collision World, A Raymond Tinnerman, Carmichael Electric, Animal Hospital of Logansport, The Village Peddler, Shooters Tavern, Family Video, Subway and Pizza Hut.

Many thanks to Doug and Barb Spaulding, who make this event possible.

Thank you also to Mark and Connie English for so much hard work and dedication.

Thank you also to Candy and Gary English, Brandt McClain, A Cause for Paws’ Lisa Kennell, Nancy Moore and Sandy Simms as well as Mitch Michaels, Zach Stewart, Chris Stienbarger, Kyle Krantz, Cecil Nethercutt, Doris Wolf and Jill and Larry Stienbarger.

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