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Idaho State University-Idaho Falls Canine Christmas will help feed hungry dogs

November 24, 2014
ISU Marketing and Communications

The Idaho State University-Idaho Falls Leadership Development class is doing a service project called Canine Christmas to provide food to dogs without homes this winter.

Collection holiday gift bags are located in the Center for Higher Education building, the Tingey Administration Building lobby, and the Bennion Student Union at University Place.

The effort will be especially helpful for puppies and older dogs that often struggle in the cold winter months. All dog food donations are greatly appreciated and will go to dogs that need them.

Cash donations are also accepted and will be given to local shelters to help defer medical costs or vaccination needs.

Cindy Hronek-Brush, Frank Mason, and Brad Broschinsky will be handling the collection.

The collection effort began on Nov. 10 and will end on Dec. 19. For more information contact Cindy Hronek-Bush, 282-7892 or hroncind@isu.edu.


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