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Donation for Four-legged Friends

Dec 20th, 2011 | By | Category: Features, Spotlight

From a recent tractor-trailer accident, store it was left up to Bolus Towing, store headquartered in Scranton, symptoms Pa., to donate or dispose of over 30,000 lbs. of dry dog food. Bolus Towing, with heavy-duty operations in Gibson, Conyngham, Bloomsburg, Mt. Pocono, as well as Scranton, chose the True Friends Animal Welfare Center in Montrose because it’s a no-kill facility that survives on donations. Bolus’ intention is to help provide our four-legged best friends with stability and longevity.

Bolus wishes everyone at True Friends (and our four-legged friends) a Merry Christmas.

Bottom: Linda Staudenmayer, manager; middle: (left to right) Kim McCain, volunteer; Brooke Arnold, volunteer; Raina Upright, staff; Gary Hodovanec, Bolus Towing; Kim Evans, staff; Maureen Brahm, staff; Bob Bolus with Spencer; Mark Peruki, volunteer; Dory Browning, director; Sean Davis, volunteer; Jeff Hartshorn, Bolus Towing. Top: (left to right) Sean Christ, volunteer; Billy Edwards, volunteer; Greg Hempstead, staff.Bottom: Linda Staudenmayer, manager; middle: (left to right) Kim McCain, volunteer; Brooke Arnold, volunteer; Raina Upright, staff; Gary Hodovanec, Bolus Towing; Kim Evans, staff; Maureen Brahm, staff; Bob Bolus with Spencer; Mark Peruki, volunteer; Dory Browning, director; Sean Davis, volunteer; Jeff Hartshorn, Bolus Towing. Top: (left to right) Sean Christ, volunteer; Billy Edwards, volunteer; Greg Hempstead, staff.