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By Tracy Thompson
The Times 

Wags and Wheels

 

September 26, 2019

Tracy Thompson

Skyler Retzlaff grabs ahold of adoptable dog Yama while volunteer Sheila Longstead looks on.

Blue Mountain Humane Society Executive Director Sara Archer brought a mighty crew of staff and volunteers to Walla Walla's McCurley Integrity Toyota on Saturday, September 21 for the Second Annual Wags and Wheels event. The dealership underwrote the event to the tune of $5,000, providing the adoption fees for anyone interested in bringing home a new pet from the shelter.

"I think it's fun because it's just a good cause," said McCurley employee Steve Phillips. "A lot of people that hold back from adopting commit because we cover the fee to provide homes for these animals." Phillips continue...



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