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Page A-12 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, Nov. 6, 2014 Lookin9 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. Dogs available for adoption include: Labrador Mix F 6 yrs. 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. Adopt-A-Pet ESlV[E Black Labrador Retriever This is Esme; she is a mature fe- male looking for a calm loving home and is willing to share with another dog, actually she would prefer to have another dog to share a home with. She really likes smaller dogs, male or female. Esme is very shy and it will take time for her to trust sofneone new. She needs understanding and patient adults who would give this sweet girl a better life, a fenced yard and a daily walk, which she loves. Some of her favorite things here are; the kiddie swimming pools, having the company of other dogs, sniffing and running to her hearts content in our big fenced play yards. If you have room in your heart and home for her, come meet Esme at Shelten Adopt-a Pet. E-mails are preferred at thedog- house3091@hotmail.com [2] or call 432-3091 81 SE. Walker Park Rd. Shelton (360) 426-1840 By NATALIE JOHNSON natalie@masoncoun com An Auburn man woke up to a nasty surprise after a night of partying Sat- urday. His vehicle, a black GMC Denali, was found in Panther Lake near the public boat launch. Deputies from the Mason County Photo courtesy of the Mason County Sheriff's Office Sheriff's Office responded. At 9 a.m. A stolen SUV was found Sunday Sunday, a caller in the 3800 blockmorning in Panther Lake. No one of Northeast Bear Creek Dewatto was in the car, which was towed to Road reported seeing the vehicle in shore. the water. The SUV briefly floated and then lake at 10:34 a.m., Adam said. started to sink. The SUV was registered in Auburn. No one was in the car when it was But when deputies contacted the own- discovered in the lake, the Sheriffs Of- er, they learned he had been partying rice reported, with friends at a restaurant in Kitsap Before the dive team responded, a County. member of a fire crew used a nearby He told deputies he left his keys resident's kayak to paddle to the car on a table while he played pool and and make sure no one was inside, thought one of his friends must have Dive crews from Mason and Kitsap grabbed the keys when he didn't find counties responded, along with person- them later. nel from the Department of Ecology, According to the Mason County said Detective Bill Adam of the Mason Sheriffs Office report, the owner County Sheriffs Office. learned about the theft when deputies The vehicle was towed out of the contacted him. Barbie Nesmith, left, and Andrea Church in Shelton for November's to Veterans concert. Journal photo by Natalie Johnson Hand practice Oct. 29 at Faith Lutheran fifth-annual Songs of Freedom: A Tribute $TAEF REPORT scheduled for 7 p.m. Nov. r ws@masor 'oc# Py.com11 and Nov. 12 at St. Ed- ward Catholic Church at Members from 11 Ma- 601W. C St. in Shelton. son County choirs willThe concert is free to perform at the Songs of the public. Freedom: A Tribute to Composer Michael Veterans event for theConnolly, a native of fifth year this November. Shelton, will conduct The concerts are two of his compositions is going out of business soon! So, we are sloshing prices on wonderful merchondise including furniture, tools, jeweby and glassware, lamps ood chondolims. We are reducing pdces doily unhl closing up to 50% off. Come enjoy cookies and browse for hours Moo-Sot 10-5 @ 315 South First Sweet across from Bob's Tavern. at the concerts. Connolly has taught since 1988 at the Uni- versity of Portland in Oregon and conducts the University of Portland Choral Jnion. Singers from St. Ed- ward Cathol Church, Faith Lutheran, Mr. 0live LUtheran, Shel- ton United Methodist Church, Shelton Presby- terian Church, St. Da- vid of W les Episcopal Church, the New Com- munity Church of Union and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints will perform along with members of the Harstine Island Com- munity Choir, Women of Note Vocal Ensemble and Anna's Bay Chorale. TOO LATE TO MULTI-VENDOR Holiday Bazaar. Nov 7th & 8th 9:00- 3:00 at New Hope Assem- bly Church, 1521 Monroe St, Shelton. Entrance is Free. (P 11/6) t t i