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PET PROJECT

From left, Tom Streeter, president of the Kiwanis Club of Sunrise Vista, welcomes April Pendergraft, development officer for the North County Humane Society, along with Kiwanian Carol Brady. Pendergraft spoke to club members about NCHS and its Project KEPPT, or Keeping Every Person & Pet Together, service, which is designed to provide resources, education, and services to assist Oceanside and Vista pet owners in need. For more information about Project KEPPT, contact the Specialty Care Coordinator at (760) 575-4357 or visit www.nchumane.org. Courtesy photo

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