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Page A-24 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, May 22, 2014 Looking for a Home City of Shelton Animal Shelter Adoptions cost $75, which include vaccine, wormer, spay / neuter and a $10 city license. New dogs are brought in all the time. Call 427-7503 or visit the shelter at 902 W. Pine St. Dogs can be viewed at Shelton. petfinder.com. Hours are from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. The shelter is closed Saturday through Monday. Chocolate Lab/Pit Bull Mix 2 yrs. Labrador Mix M 4 yrs. Kitten Rescue This time of the year we have young teen cats and sweet adult cats. Indoor only and a warm lap to sit on are our's and the kitties' request. Healthy and well adjusted, our kitties want their own home and family to love. For more information, go to our website Kittenresq.net or call us at 360 426 2455 or 360 584 0594 and we will return your call. A__dopt-A-Pet Polly Labrador Retriever Mix * Young Female Medium This cutie is Polly; she is only about 10 months and full of energy like any young lab. Polly wants an ac- tive family willing to teach her all the wonderful things about living. She is affectionate, willing to learn and would make a great running or walk- ing partner with a little more leash training. Polly does not do well with cats in the same house. She needs structure, training and love to attain her true potential as a super dog. To meet Polly at Adopt-a-Pet Shel- ton WA, contact: Thedoghouse3091@ hotmail.com E-mails are preferred Because they're part of your family.., you want the best care for your pets. 81 SE. Walker Park Rd. - Shelton - (360) 426-1840 Kiwanis: Club recognizes students with scholarships continued from page A-19 Women were first admitted to the group in the mid-1980s, Pannell said. The club sponsors the Shelton High School Key Club, Scout programs and the annual children's play staged by the Missoula Children's Theatre. The group also participates in Adopt-A-Highway and the American Cancer Society's Re- lay for Life fundraiser, beautification projects with the Shelton Mason County Chamber of Commerce, the 40 et 8's hol- iday food baskets, Sound Learning and other groups. "If you take away all the service clubs, and what they do, it would be a lot different community," Tarrant said. The Shelton Kiwanis Foundation recently awarded eight $1,000 scholar- ships to outstanding graduating seniors. The club also administers a program that supports students who started out at Olympic Middle School and who now attend Oakland Bay Junior High. The Climber Power Awards recog- nize sixth- and seventh-grade students for academic achievements and behav- ioral improvements. The teachers pick the students, who are honored with monthly classroom presentations by IF YOU GO: WHO: Shelton Kiwanis Club WHAT: 90th anniversary celebration and dis- plays WHEN: 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. today WHERE: Shelton Civic Center, 525 W. Cota St. ADMISSION: Free Rotary members of a framed certificate and a $10 gift certificate from Rooster's restaurant. The program morphed out of a Ki- wanis International program called Bringing Up Grades. "This rewards kids for doing good things, keeping them focused and moti- vated," Tarrant said. Next up is the 65th annual Pan- cakes in the Park on July 27 in Knee- land Park. The group still uses a special pancake-making machine developed around 1960 by a member who worked for ITT Rayonier, Tarrant said. The group meets at noon Tuesdays at Xinh's Clam & Oyster House in down- town Shelton. LAST THURSDAY 01: EVERY MONTH Tm. 8 m MAIN STREET BAR