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Page A-10 -Mason County Journal- Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014 Looking for a Home City of Shelton Animal Shelter Adoptions cost $75, which Tuesday through Friday. The include vaccine, wormer, spay shelter is closed S:aturday / neuter and a $10 city license, through Monday. if: New dogs are brought in all Dogs available for adoption the time. Call 427-7503 or visit include: the shelter at 902 W. Pine St. Labrador Mix F Dogs can be viewed at Shelton. petfinder.com. Pit Bull/Lab:Mix F Hours are from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. 4 yrs. 2 yrs. / i Kitten Rescue This time of the year our kitten season has finally arrived. We have a small steady supply of healthy and friendly kittens just waiting for that purrrfect indoor home. For more information go to our website kittenresq.net or call us at 360-426-2455 or 360- 584-0594. Ad__ _pt-A-Pet Corgi & Labrador Retriever Mix Young * Male * Medium Buddy is a handsome young boy looking for a family to join. He wants someone to love and be loved by for forever. At approximately 1 year and weighing in at about 45#s, he walks well on leash and real- ly loves to walk. He also likes to play with other dogs, balls and toys. Buddy would make a great exercise partner and then be happy to hang out and watch a movie. Meet Buddy at Adopt-a-Pet Shelton WA - e- mails are preferred at thedog- house3091@hotmail.com Because they're part of your family.., you want the best care for your pets. H GH !HOSRI L 81 SE. Walker Park Rd. Shelton (360) 426-1840 STAFF REPORT District 17, 34571 N. U.S. Highway 101 news@masoncoun com in Lilliwaup; and Fire District 18, 240 N. Standstill Drive S. at Lake Cushman, County residents have the chance to get Central Mason Fire and EMS will to know their fire districts this weekend, have open houses at 18411 E. state Most Mason County fire districts have Route 3 in Allyn and at 122 W. Franklin scheduled open houses from 10 a.m. to St. in Shelton. 3 p.m. Saturday. The North Mason Regional Fire Au- Open-house locations include Fire Dis- thority will have open houses at 460 trict 1, 331 N. Finch Creek Road in Hood- NE Old Belfair Highway, 60 NE Collins sport; Fire District 3, 4350 E. Grapeview Lake Drive and 14880 NE North Shore .Loop Road in Grapeview; Fire District 4, Road. 2970 SE Arcadia Road; Fire District 6, Central Mason Fire and EMS will also 50 Seattle St. in Union; Fire District 9, have a pancake feed Saturday morning 2320 W. Skokomish Valley Road and 50 at its Harstine Island station at 3190 N. E. Roadrunner Drive; Fire District 11, Island Drive. 130 E. Island Lake Road; Fire District 12, Fire District 13 will have its Hunters' 2950 Matlock-Brady Road; Fire District Breakfast at 12375 W. Cloquallum Road 16, 4650 W. Dayton-Airport Road; Fire Sunday morning. Washington State University announces Honor Roll recipients, graduates STAFF REPORT excellent academic performance. To be news@masoncoun com eligible for the honor roll, undergraduate students must be enrolled in a minimum Three Mason County residents were on of nine graded hours in a single term at Washington State University's President's WSU and earn a grade point average of Honor Roll for the summer 2014 session. 3.75 or earn a 3.50 cumulative GPA based The students were: on 15 cumulative hours of graded work. Allyn: Shelly Lynn Mills; Belfair: Re- One other Mason County student bekah Jolynn Doehle; Shelton: Allison who graduated from WSU aider summer Mary Hunter; and Rebecca J. Suhre. 2014 session was: The President's Honor Roll recognizes Belfair: Jace Dillon McMinn, bachelor students who stand above the rest with of arts in sport management. Open studio scheduled for this weekend STAFF REPORT dio at Rainbow River news@masoncoun com Art in Matlock this weekend. The public is invited Local artist Deanna to tour the artist's stu- Kiliz is opening her 4th Annual Pet Blessing Saturday Oct. 11 1-3 p.m. Kneeland Park Shelter Eirst St. & Turner Ave. St. fl'ratwis of ~ssisi .fgver of odll Creation Celebrating the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, known world over for his special affection and understanding of animals, St. David of Wales and other faith traditions will gather at Kneeland Park in Shelton, WA from 1 to 3 pm on Saturday, October 11. The public is invited to bring their special pet companions (and any instruments for clean-up should they be needed.) IP studio from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Kiliz works in a num- ber of mediums, and the studio showcases a wide variety of her work - sculpture, paint- ings, prints, puppets, mobiles, masks and jew- elry. Rainbow River Art is located at 3461 W. Fish Hatchery Road, Elma, near Matlock and Mary M. Knight School. For more information, call 426-6518. TOO LATE TO 2 BEDROOM apartments for rent. Power, water, gar- bage included. W/D, bot- tom unit. $650 per month, $650 deposit. Smoker OK. (a 10/9) I New Patient Special Exam & X-Rays With Coupon Shelton Dental Center Expires 10/31/2014 I TWO LOCATIONS TO SERVE ALL OF YOUR NEEDS: (360) 861-8318 / 410 West Main Street, Elma WA 98541 www.ElmaFamilyDental.com ,,/{,9/ DEi iI2L CENTER (360) 426-8401 / 360.GO,BRUSH (462-7874) www.Shel1:on Denta ICen1:er.com 1829 Jefferson Street Shel1:0n WA, 98584 J