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  • SCARS is Looking for Two Board MembersFebruary 7, 2016 - 5:35 pm

    There are two vacant Director-at-Large positions on the SCARS Board of Directors. If you are committed to the SCARS mandate, can work collaboratively, attend monthly meetings and be responsible for tasks outside board meetings, SCARS would like to hear from you. Please include your board experience, what you have to offer and why you want […]

  • Michael A. Kostek School FundraiserJanuary 24, 2016 - 2:47 pm

    Last fall, a SCARS volunteer gave a presentation to the grade 2s at Michael A. Kostek School in Edmonton. Following a discussion of the importance of warm shelter for dogs, the students and their teacher, Julie Jackie, got busy. With the assistance of a parent and construction students from NAIT, the students built a sturdy, raised dog […]

  • Thank you to the Workers’ Compensation BoardJanuary 21, 2016 - 1:15 pm

    Thank you to the Workers’ Compensation Board for supporting SCARS. Employee’s of the WCB are provided an opportunity to “champion” a charity of their choice. Information about the chosen charity is shared company-wide through their “corporate bulletin board.” This poster, created by the talented WCB communications team, is currently being shared throughout their organization on […]

  • Warden 4H Light Horse Club Dog House DonationJanuary 21, 2016 - 11:41 am

    SCARS received a donation of dog houses in mid January 2016. They were built and donated by the Warden 4H Light Horse Club. We are very grateful to this thoughtful and caring group of youths. This donation will help the dogs in our target communities..

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Kira
February 8, 2016Kira2

Dear SCARS, Thanks for hooking me up with Garth, Reilly and Gage. They’ve been super nice to me, and now I feel like I have a family. This sure beats foraging for food. In return, I’m eating like a princess, tearing around in the yard, chasing squirrel …

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