Beaufort County Humane Society volunteers Michele Scannell, Leslie Steele and Stacey Pack attend to a fundraising booth at the Saturday Market in downtown Washington. The fundraising effort is to help pay for medicine for new arrivals at the Betsy Bailey Nelson Animal Shelter, concentrating on flea and tick medicine for the incoming dogs and cats during flea and tick season. It also provides eye ointments and de-wormers to make the new arrivals comfortable and ready for their new forever homes. If you have a photo that you would like to share in the Daily News, please email it along with a description to yourtake@wdnweb.com. (Submitted Photo/Leslie Steele)

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Gift of life

Published 5:58pm Monday, September 3, 2012

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