NORCROSS - Camp Woof is hosting a low cost vaccination clinic on Saturday.
The specials include canine and feline rabies shots for $10, canine and feline distemper shots for $10, canine bordetalla shots for $10, canine heartworm tests for $25, microchips for $25 and combo tests for $25. If an animal has had a reaction to vaccinations in the past, it is best that they see their regular veterinarian.
No appointment is needed and the clinic runs from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday. Camp Woof is located atat 4590 Buford Highway in Norcross. All dogs must be on a leash and all cats in carriers. For more information, call Jane S tewart 678-765-2726.
Jackson Electric donates money to agencies
GAINESVILLE - The Jackson Electric Membership Corporation Foundation Board of Directors awarded a total of $89,960 in grants during their May meeting. The Jackson EMC Foundation has put more than $7.5 million back into local communities since it was founded in 2005, funding 739 grants to organizations and 261 grants to individuals. Cooperative members participating in Operation Round Up have their monthly electric bills rounded up to the next dollar amount, with the "spare change" going to the Foundation.
Five agencies serving Gwinett County residents received $44,000 including Gwinnett Children's Shelter, Tree House, Families of Children Under Stress (FOCUS), Quinlan Arts Inc. and Nuci's Space.
Any individual or charitable organization in the 10 counties served by Jackson EMC including Gwinnett may apply for a Foundation grant by completing an application, available online at http://www.jackonemc.com/foundation-guidelines.
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