Letter: Advocates, Pepper O’Donnell Super Dog is Grand Dog
October 7, 2016
Thank you to candidates and their managers,
The excitement of the 2016 Grand Dog fundraiser benefitting Advocates and Pet Pals culminated on September 25th at the Grand Dog Election. Candidates, campaign managers, and avid supporters were there stuffing the ballot boxes up to the very last moment. Pepper O'Donnell Super Dog kept a strong hold on first place with the most votes (and money raised) to be elected Grand Dog of Grand County. He will use his newly acquired title to ensure that everyone—two-footed, four pawed, scaly, slimy, clawed, or hoofed — may live a safe and happy life, free of fear and violence.
Advocates and Pet Pals express their sincerest gratitude to candidates and their campaign managers who worked so hard for the votes garnered along the campaign trail.
Candidates and Campaign Managers:
Pepper O'Donnell Super Dog – Will O'Donnell
Kaia – Kristen Rybij
Koru and Tui – Heidi Weisskopf
Hope- Julie Moseley
Ozzi – Caroline Smith
Gussy – Cass Kotrba
Django- Julie Moseley
Mason –Abel Thomas
Winnie – Kristen Lodge
Also, many thanks to all of the local businesses and community members for participating in this event and helping make Grand County a safer place for all living beings. For more information about the candidates and the final results as well as Advocates and Pet Pals missions, please visit gcadvocates.org or gcpetpals.org, respectively.
Advocates for a Violence-Free Community and Grand County Pet Pals
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